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Prints from the Life of Thomas Jefferson

Group of Seven Prints from the Life of Thomas Jefferson: Two Young Lawyers - Thomas Jefferson and Patrick Henry, Thomas Jefferson Attending the Continental Congress - 1774, Thomas Jefferson Drawing Up the Declaration of Independence - 1776, Member of Washington's Cabinet, Thomas Jefferson Creator of the United States Monetary System - 1785, President of the United States - Thomas Jefferson - 1800-1809, and The Louisiana Purchase - 1803. Each signed "C Turzak" in pencil l.r. and identified on text affixed to the mat. Woodcuts in black and orange on paper, image sizes approximately 4 1/2 x 6 1/4 in. (11.4 x 15.9 cm), matted, unframed. Condition: Most margins approximately 1 inch or more, glue and residue with areas of thinning to the paper at the upper edge on the reverse, Washington's Cabinet with indentations into the sheet of the left margin.

Designer: Charles Turzak
Dimensions (SH = Seat Height, where applicable): Image sizes approximately 4 ½ x 6 1/4 in.
Materials: Paper
Country of Origin: United States
Price: $0

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Prints from the Life of Thomas Jefferson