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460   Margaret Bourke-White  $200 $220 $242 2 You must login to place a bid.

#460 - Margaret Bourke-White

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Bourke-White’s USS Akron, framed in Duralumin
Description                           Estimate: $2,500+          

Remarkable matte-finish 23 x 17 silver gelatin photo of the rigid airship USS Akron, signed in the lower right corner in ink, “Bourke-White.” Framed in its original 26 x 20 framed, engraved along the bottom, “U.S.S. Akron, World’s Largest Airship. This frame is made of Duralumin used in girder construction of the United States Airship ‘Akron’ built by the Goodyear Zeppelin Corporation.” In fine condition, with the signature somewhat faded but generally legible. Pre-certified PSA/DNA.

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