Lot 420    

Edward Curtis Photograph, Bird All Over the Ground
3/7/2013 - Timed American History
A Curtis photograph of the Crow brave, pencil inscribed on verso Bird all Over the Ground/Pryor/1906-07. Pryor is a settlement in the Crow Nation in Southern Montana. 5.25" x 7.25" (sight), 6.75" x 8.5" overall. With E.S. Curtis blindstamp lower left, plus copyright date that appears to be 1907.

Condition:  
Very good. Removed from frame to take a closer look at blindstamp. Small nick in top center edge of print, backed with tape; small pinhole in bottom center edge of print.
Sold: $499.38
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