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Murder twice-- the tables are turned.

Lot 0128 Details

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Murder twice-- the tables are turned. A pair of cabinet cards by W. C. Hosford, W. Rutland, Vermont. In one, a man in an apron takes a cleaver to another man he has by the throat. In the second photograph, the victim of the first is about to saw the head of his assassin from the other photograph. This one has the image in the form of a paper with curling corners.
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Murder twice-- the tables are turned.

Estimate $350 - $450
Oct 29, 2016
Starting Price $300
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Lot 0128 Details

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Murder twice-- the tables are turned. A pair of cabinet cards by W. C. Hosford, W. Rutland, Vermont. In one, a man in an apron takes a cleaver to another man he has by the throat. In the second photograph, the victim of the first is about to saw the head of his assassin from the other photograph. This one has the image in the form of a paper with curling corners.
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