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jacquescamus

i know Rose, i'm teasing you sorry

roseheather

It is Millard Fillmore. And I agree, puzzaddled, I think this one could be reproduced, I think the way the design is drawn has similarities to Audubon, which does date it.

puzzaddled

This is a very nice pattern and I suspect it is quite old just looking at the style in which the bird was painted. I would think that it would also be one that would be being reproduced since there is no indication that it is "presidential" per se. No guesses though I go more with melrin than jacques, lol.

roseheather

Well, Jacque, we have never had a US President with the first name of Robert. At least two men, with the first name of Robert, ran for the presidency. One was Robert Dole, and the other was Robert Kennedy. I don't think that Robert Redford has ever played a president in film either. He was a candidate for a senate seat, however, in the film "The Candidate."

roseheather

Why did you guess Fillmore, melrin?

jacquescamus

Robert Redfort???

melrin

Millard Fillmore

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