FRAMED DALE GALLON PRINT, “FIRE AT THE ANGLE”

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Item Code: L15566

Nicely framed and matted print showing Lt. Alonzo Cushing firing his last round of canister into Pickett’s Division, moments before he is killed and his battery overrun. This was the Angle, the “High Water Mark” at Gettysburg, July 3, 1863.

Signed and numbered by the artist -629/1863. Released in 1988 for the 125th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg.

Frame measures 26 ¼” by 35”. Frame is in very good condition with a couple of nicks on right edge.  [sl]

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