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Currier & Ives., The king of the turf "Dexter" driven by Budd Doble

Currier & Ives., - The king of the turf "Dexter" driven by Budd Doble Print

The king of the turf "Dexter" driven by Budd Doble by Currier & Ives., | Print

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SKU: L-369704

Non standard size. Original proportions will be kept to include the entire image. If a standard size print is desired please note in the comment section at checkout.

Keywords: Lithographs | 1870-1880.

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