PRESIDENT ABRAHAM LINCOLN
Cardboard Cutout Standup / Standee
IN THE CONTINENTAL U.S.
Abraham Lincoln was not the first President to be photographed; that honor goes to William Henry Harrison, who was in office 20 years before Lincoln. The photo this lifesize (6' 4" tall) cardboard cutout is based on was taken by Matthew Brady in 1860, on the day of Lincoln's Cooper Union speech.
You can hang it on a wall like a poster, or use the attached easel fold-out piece to make it free-standing. Comes folded for shipping purposes.Please note that this image was sourced from very old analog film stock and may not be as crisp and clear as modern images obtained from digital media. While every effort has been made to "clean up" the image, analog images like this one may have minor quality issues when enlarged to lifesize proportions, particularly when viewed up close.
This item is printed to order and most orders go out within 2 business days but please allow up to 5 business days for printing, especially during peak periods. Shipping typically takes an extra 2-5 business days.
|Dimensions||76" H x 30" W|