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Lot 1475: 1876 Currier & Ives Print - Custer

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Lot 1475: 1876 Currier & Ives Print - Custer

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Killed in the Battle with the Sioux, June 25th. 1876

1876 Print, “CUSTER’S LAST CHARGE,” by Currier & Ives, New York, 15.25” x 11.25”, Very Fine.
Framed to 18.75” x 15”. Handcolored print with blue, gold, green and red tones. Featuring a long-haired Custer on a lone white horse, sword raised, charging over a grassy slope. Subtitle reads: “Brevet Major-General George A. Custer, Lieutenant-Colonel 7th U.S. Cavalry. / Killed in the battle with the Sioux, June 25th. 1876.” Toned page with a few dampstains around the edges. Still a nice example.
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Lot 1475: 1876 Currier & Ives Print - Custer

Estimate $1,200 - $1,800
Oct 12, 2003
Starting Price $720
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Est. $1,200 - $1,800Starting Price $720
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Lot 1475 Details

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Killed in the Battle with the Sioux, June 25th. 1876

1876 Print, “CUSTER’S LAST CHARGE,” by Currier & Ives, New York, 15.25” x 11.25”, Very Fine.
Framed to 18.75” x 15”. Handcolored print with blue, gold, green and red tones. Featuring a long-haired Custer on a lone white horse, sword raised, charging over a grassy slope. Subtitle reads: “Brevet Major-General George A. Custer, Lieutenant-Colonel 7th U.S. Cavalry. / Killed in the battle with the Sioux, June 25th. 1876.” Toned page with a few dampstains around the edges. Still a nice example.

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