Lot 125    

T.R. Roosevelt Chromolithograph on Canvas by Jaeger
1/19/2015 - American History: Timed Auction
A Theodore Roosevelt chromolithograph on canvas. Signed and copyrighted l.l. Chas. F. Jaeger and R.J.S. JR. Sight 12.25" X 16.25". With frame 15.75" x 19.75".

Provenance:  
Jim and Pat Gifford Collection of Political Americana


Condition:  
very minor craquelure, otherwise excellent condition.
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