GETTYSBURG SOUVENIR FAN

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Item Code: M22234

When fully opened this fan meas. approx. 12.00 inches across. One side of the heavy paper stock fan features the print titled “THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG” by Peter Rothermel which was originally done in 1870. The scene on the fan is done in black and white. Inset over the battle scene are three small squares that feature photographs of Meade’s Headquarters, the Gettysburg Address speech monument and Lee’s Headquarters. The opposite side of the fan features three separate maps showing troop positions on the first, second and third days of the battle.

We have several of these fans. All are in good condition with minor surface soiling and wear.

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