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Sale 123 Lot 471

RARE CASPAR BUBERL (AMERICAN, 1834-1899) UNION GENERAL TERRACOTTA RELIEF FOR THE OLD PENSION BUILDING, WASHINGTON, D.C. (now National Building Museum), cast in terracotta from the 1887 mold Commissioned by Quartermaster General Montgomery Meigs (1816-1892), lower left incised "C. Buberl/Fecit", lower right incised in clay "Boston/TerraCotta Co/J. T. 1883"-

h:35.50 w:45.50 d:6 in.

Provenance: Quartermaster General Montgomery Meigs (1816-1892), and by descent, Sion Hill Estate, Havre de Grace, MD
Estimate $3,000-5,000

Sold for $4,000.00


 
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