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Digging Clams Puget Sound 1912 Copper Plate
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EDWARD S. CURTIS. Digging Clams - Puget Sound, 1912. 5.5x7.3" image on 7x8.25" copper plate. Plate date 1913. From Volume 9, Puget Sound, of The North American Indian. Plate recto engraved: Digging Clams - Puget Sound / From Copyright Photograph 1912 by E.S. Curtis.

Puget Sound, the Columbia River, lakes in Washington, Oregon, Montana and Canadian waterways were the environmental setting for much of Curtis's work and he gained international recognition for some of his early views in the Seattle area.
Condition
Very Good. Minor wear, tarnish, ink residue spots scratches and abrasions.
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Digging Clams Puget Sound 1912 Copper Plate

Estimate $3,500 - $5,000
May 26, 2022
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Starting Price $2,250
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6032: Digging Clams Puget Sound 1912 Copper Plate

Sold for $6,000
13 Bids
Est. $3,500 - $5,000Starting Price $2,250
EDWARD S CURTIS Unique Copper Plates Part II
May 26, 2022 2:00 PM EDT
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Lot 6032 Details

Description
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EDWARD S. CURTIS. Digging Clams - Puget Sound, 1912. 5.5x7.3" image on 7x8.25" copper plate. Plate date 1913. From Volume 9, Puget Sound, of The North American Indian. Plate recto engraved: Digging Clams - Puget Sound / From Copyright Photograph 1912 by E.S. Curtis.

Puget Sound, the Columbia River, lakes in Washington, Oregon, Montana and Canadian waterways were the environmental setting for much of Curtis's work and he gained international recognition for some of his early views in the Seattle area.
Condition
...
Very Good. Minor wear, tarnish, ink residue spots scratches and abrasions.

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