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American Newspaper Poster for April Edition of ‘Harper’s Magazine’ c.1896

$950.00

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Harper’s Magazine was a magazine company published in New York City in 1850. It is the oldest literary journal established in the United States, including essays surrounding literature, politics, culture, finance, and the arts. In this April feature, the man is holding an umbrella standing in front of a young lady. Man is dressed with a brown derby hat, and the woman is wearing a cape and beret.

Details

Circa:

1896

Size:

13.25'' x 18''

ID:

#RR077

Condition:

Very Good

Linen Backed:

Yes

Size

Unit

Inches

Centimeters

Width

13.25

33.66

Height

18

45.72

Depth

0.1

0.25

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