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Pres Abraham Lincoln Civil War Photo Poster
President Abraham Lincoln 1864 in this sitting portarit by Brady from the National Archives, is one of the great Civil War Photos and military gifts fom FineArts.

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Poster Wall Decal Mounted Print Canvas Art Framed Print
13" x 16" $9 $12 $22 $64 $69
19" x 24" $14 $17 $31 $107 $99
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Pres Abraham Lincoln Civil War Photo Poster

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Posters are printed on high quality gloss finish paper with archival quality inks. Perfect for dorm rooms, kids rooms, offices, and more.


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