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Gilbert Gaul Painting or the Dead Dog. painting..
01-08-2015, 09:16 PM,
#1
Gilbert Gaul Painting or the Dead Dog. painting..
Anyone find the link for the Gilbert Gaul painting in the TTOTC Book.. You know the dead dog bleeding on the boards??? and a Guy that had just shot the dog with a smoking gun.



I can't find the painting anywhere online...

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01-08-2015, 09:34 PM,
#2
Gilbert Gaul Painting or the Dead Dog. painting..
I've looked, haven't found it yet. I'm not sure I want to see a dead dog though. I'm kind of an animaI lover.
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01-08-2015, 09:50 PM,
#3
Gilbert Gaul Painting or the Dead Dog. painting..
Colokidd found this information online



i can't say definitively it is the one f refers to, but i think it is



http://www.ttotc.com/books/ttotc/chapter...ment-20352



Gilbert Gaul

(American, 1855 – 1919)

The dead dog

Lot 296 – Sotheby’s, New York (March 17, 1980)

$ 1,800 USD

£ 822 GBP

Original Currency of Sale: $ 1,800 USD Hammer
There it was all the time, staring you in the face. Buried within the message itself is the key to decoding it. ~ S.R. Hadden
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01-08-2015, 10:23 PM,
#4
Gilbert Gaul Painting or the Dead Dog. painting..
Thx. Not sure how I missed that. I thought Is seen everything on dals site
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01-08-2015, 10:48 PM,
#5
Gilbert Gaul Painting or the Dead Dog. painting..
Uhh thats because its from Mikes blog, not dals. ttotc.com

Read the archives.
Shhh they aren't listening.
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01-09-2015, 12:12 AM,
#6
Gilbert Gaul Painting or the Dead Dog. painting..
I wish I could read tonight. We'll all have a good laugh about that one day I'm sure.
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01-09-2015, 02:13 AM,
#7
Gilbert Gaul Painting or the Dead Dog. painting..
Ok, well I got ridiculed pretty good for what I said I thought that chapter was about. But I will repeat some of it here, take it or leave it. The last paragraph in that chapter says it all. He tells you what to research in explicit terms.

A man on a bridge with a smoking gun over a dead dog. Black and white over Redd.

Black and white and read all over....

http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story...=106091937



Notice the dog pottery?

Shhh they aren't listening.
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01-09-2015, 06:21 AM,
#8
Gilbert Gaul Painting or the Dead Dog. painting..
Well I'm awake now. Dead skunks stink. Even when wrapped in newspaper deb. Lmao. Speaking of newspapers, is anyone here into buying old magazines and newspaper headline pages? I was cleaning out my grandpas barn before its torn down, and came across seven very old headline papers from around the world. There are different topics from different time periods, but just reading what was considered front page news back then is really intriguing. Neat stuff, not all of it is clearly readable but you get the jist I think for the big stuff.
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01-09-2015, 09:59 AM,
#9
Gilbert Gaul Painting or the Dead Dog. painting..
I recently bought a stack of illustrated newspapers from the civil war era. They are awesome. I need to go through them and archive the illustrations by artist, the topics and take photos of them all. Such an amazing estate sale find. Smile
Shhh they aren't listening.
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01-09-2015, 02:57 PM,
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I recently bought a stack of illustrated newspapers from the civil war era. They are awesome. I need to go through them and archive the illustrations by artist, the topics and take photos of them all. Such an amazing estate sale find. Smile
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Neat. The war stories themselves are worth saving. The only originals I've seen are in museums, but various issues of Leslie's have been reprinted (& sold to reenactors and other CW buffs).
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