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Late 1800s Japan Proof engraving, Rocky Mountain Wild Sheep, very rare print on tissue paper, framed in vintage wood frame

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This is a Japan Proof type print- "Rocky Mountain Sheep" illustrated by James C. Beard and engraved by R. A. Muller from the 1800s. It's original and antique, printed on delicate tissue paper and mounted on archival board with a dark blue border and inner black trim.

The mat is 8"x10" and framed in a vintage silvered wood frame with glass.

A very rare, original, antique print.

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Late 1800s Japan Proof engraving, Rocky Mountain Wild Sheep, very rare print on tissue paper, framed in vintage wood frame

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