1936 Press Photo US River Gunboat Stands By In China

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  • Sold Date: Dec 04, 2011
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FRONT BACK 1936 Press Photo US River Gunboat Stands By In China Part Number: RRX99201 Description Shipping Payments F.A.Q This is an original press photo. US River Gunboat Stands By In ChinaPhoto measures 8.5 x 6.5inches. Photo is dated 6-6-1936.

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