Bruce Nauman, Soft Ground Etching - Yellow, 2007, 2 Color Etching, 30 3/4" x 34", Edition 11/50
Bruce Nauman, Soft Ground Etching - Blue, 2007, 2 Color Etching, 33 1/2" x 28", Edition 11/50
Bruce Nauman, Soft Ground Etching - Lavender, 2007, 2 Color Etching, 29 1/2" x 39", Edition 11/50
Bruce Nauman, Soft Ground Etching - Green, 2007, 2 Color Etching, 29 3/4" x 34 1/4", Edition 11/50
Bruce Nauman, Soft Ground Etching - Rose, 2007, 2 Color Etching, 29 3/4" x 34", Edition 11/50
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Bruce Nauman, Soft Ground Etching - Coral, 2007, 2 Color Etching, 29" x 34 1/4", Edition 11/50

Contemporary Prints from Current and Former Carnegie International Artists

December 27, 2018 – March 23, 2019

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March 15, 2019

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During World War II, the United States was greatly concerned about a Japanese attack on Hawaii following Pearl Harbor. The main worry was that American currency there would fall into enemy hands and subvert the war effort. In 1942, a special issue of currency was prepared with a reddish-brown Treasury seal and the word “Hawaii” stamped in various spots on the note. Had the island been captured, this currency would have become worthless. These notes are still considered legal tender💸These two Hawaii overprint $1 notes are featured alongside various other special coins and currency in our March 15th online-only auction. Follow the link below to check out the catalog and bid on Live Auctioneers now through 10am March 15th! Auction Items can be viewed in person on Thursday, March 14th from 10am-8pm ✨

Pictured - Lot 532 - Two Hawaii overprint one dollar bills, in a wood frame measuring 15” x 22”

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During World War II, the United States was greatly concerned about a Japanese attack on Hawaii following Pearl Harbor. The main worry was that American currency there would fall into enemy hands and subvert the war effort. In 1942, a special issue of currency was prepared with a reddish-brown Treasury seal and the word “Hawaii” stamped in various spots on the note. Had the island been captured, this currency would have become worthless. These notes are still considered legal tender💸These two Hawaii overprint $1 notes are featured alongside various other special coins and currency in our March 15th online-only auction. Follow the link below to check out the catalog and bid on Live Auctioneers now through 10am March 15th! Auction Items can be viewed in person on Thursday, March 14th from 10am-8pm ✨ 

Pictured - Lot 532 - Two Hawaii overprint one dollar bills, in a wood frame measuring 15” x 22”

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