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Digitally restored vintage Civil War print of the Poster
Digitally restored vintage Civil War print of the Battle of Gettysburg. The famous battle took place in early July 1863 and resulted in the largest number of casualties during The American Civil War.

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24" x 16" $12 $16 $28 $89 $89
32" x 21" $18 $22 $40 $140 $119
40" x 26" $24 $31 $55 $196 N/A
48" x 31" $31 $41 $75 $264 N/A

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Digitally restored vintage Civil War print of the Poster

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