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This is a high quality image transfer of a vintage photograph.

1862 ~ A classic Civil War photograph taken by Alexander Gardner. Featuring President Abraham Lincoln standing between Allan Pinkerton (Lincoln's bodyguard) and General John A. McClernand at Antietam just a few weeks after the bloody battle had taken place.

Pigment-Dyed Canvas Field Bag
100% cotton canvas; heavy enzyme-washed; cotton webbing straps; front flap with antique brass turn buckles; inside hanging zippered pocket; 12" x 16" x 3.5" (30cm x 41cm x 9cm). This bag has one adjustable strap that when fully extended is 43" long (109cm).

Featured Bag Color: Smoke Gray
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A photo of a gray Argoflex Field Bag hanging on a medium sized male mannequin has been provided to help give an idea of the bag's size and how fits on the body. (It does not mean this listing is for the Argoflex image transfer)

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Messenger Bag - Abraham Lincoln - Canvas Bag - Smoke Gray - Vintage Photograph at Antietam - Field Bag

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: field bag, image transfer, vintage photograph
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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