Lot 9    

N. Currier U.S. Ship of the Line Pennsylvania
3/13/2012 - Americana: Online Auction
Lithograph on paper, titled U.S. Ship of the Line Pennsylvania in lower margin, dated 1846; 8.5 x 12.5 in.

Condition:  
Uneven toning and waterstains
Sold: $84.00
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