Commodore Decatur by Milo Osborn (c. 1820)

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American engraving of Commodore Stephen Decatur printed on laid paper. Decatur was the naval hero of the War of 1812 and the Battle of Tripoli. His house is a National Historic Site on Lafayette Square, opposite the White House. Drawn by L. White, engraved by Milo Osborn. The work has been professionally cleaned and is archival mounted and framed.

Signed in the plate, LL: L. White
Signed in the plate, LR: M. Osborn

New York, circa 1820.

Condition: Engraving has been professionally cleaned. Wear commensurate with age and use.

Materials: Paper, Engraving

Dimensions: 12" W x 1" D x 15-1/4" H

SKU: 2023

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