Maker: Harper's Weekly.
Antique black and white print published in Harper's Weekly on July 15, 1876. This image celebrates the Centennial year, 1876, with an image of a Revolutionary war soldier carrying one of the earliest flags used by the colonies when fighting for their independence- first seen at the battle of Bunker Hill and the Pine Tree was later also used on all ships commissioned by George Washington. Can be hand colored by our professional colorist for an additional charge. Text on back is slightly visible through the page. Overall good antique condition with some toning, minor stains, edge wear, and slight creases in the paper. Should look good if framed. Page dimensions are approx. 16.25 x 11 inches. Note: any "rainbows" or strange patterns in the image are called moire pattern- caused by taking a digital photo or scan of the many parallel lines in the print- these are not in the print and we can try to take more photos if you are concerned.
Item Number: PRN028