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Five (5) Andrew Jackson and Battle of New Orleans related prints. 1st item: Kurz and Allison, THE BATTLE OF NEW ORLEANS, January 8th, 1815, depicting General Jackson commanding troops against General Pakenham. Battle losses noted lower left margin. Chromolithograph, published by Kurz & Allison, Art Publishers, Chicago, circa 1890. Unframed. 21 3/4" H x 27 3/4" W. Condition: Browning at edges, overall toning, dampstaining lower edge in margin, edge chipping, 1/2" loss left edge center, fold at lower left corner. 2nd item: Currier and Ives: GEN'L ANDREW JACKSON, "THE UNION IT MUST AND SHALL BE PRESERVED". Hand colored lithograph, 19th century, publication date unknown. 18" x 13 1/4". Condition: Two stains lower part of print, largest 1/2" dia., 1 1/2" tear lower edge. 3rd item: Nathaniel Currier hand colored lithograph: THE BATTLE OF NEW ORLEANS FOUGHT JAN 8, 1815. Published 152 Nassau Street, circa 1842. 9 1/2" H x 14" W. Condition: Small loss upper right corner. 4th item: Another version of N. Currier's BATTLE OF NEW ORLEANS. Matted – 14" H x 18" W. 5th item: JACKSON'S HOME – THE HERMITAGE NEAR NASHVILLE TENN. Lithograph, copyright 1886 by the O. Judd Co., supplement to the American Agriculturalist Vol. XLV, No. 11, November, 1886 accompanying the article by James Parton. Sight – 16" H x 20" W. Matted – 21" H x 25" W. Condition: 1" separation at fold line, bottom. CONDITION: All items light toning, creasing, minor grime. Other condition issues noted in description.