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    I've read blogs, articles and so on about Currier & Ives prints until I can't see straight, and still don't know the answer, so I thought I'd put it out there. I have a very small (image size about 5 by 3 1/2, or what I've heard referred to as "postcard folio) print of American Winter Scenes Morning. It shows N. Currier and the 152 Nassau Street address, which is right for the date shown of 1854, and with as close an examination as I can give it, certainly seems to be a lithograph. The paper does look aged, but I've seen too many modern printmakers do too good a job making new prints look old to place any stock in this one. I'm leaning towards modern, but rather than bet on my own knowledge, I thought I'd put it out there for the Forum. Thoughts?
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