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547: Trench Art - Artillery, USA artwork, WW1 era

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Lot 0547 Details

Description
Trench Art - Artillery, minus fuse - hand-painted US Artillery decoration, signed "Philip Steger, USA, Some Where In France (sic)".
Provenance: Miki and James J. Mangan III of Fairfield, CT
Size: H. 8.25" x D. 3"
Weight: 6lbs
Condition: very good, paint color has faded slightly
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547: Trench Art - Artillery, USA artwork, WW1 era

Estimate $100 - $150Feb 20, 2012
Starting Price $50
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