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GEORGE WASHINGTON UNMASKED THIS WEEK AT LIVEAUCTIONTALK.COM
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Steel Engraving; Washington Receiving a Salute on Field of Trenton; published by John McClure; circa 1863; 27 inches by 34 ¼ inches; sold for $1,968. Photo courtesy of Skinner Auctioneers.