Currier & Ives at 125 Nassau Street from 1872 until 1874. See Gale. Currier and Ives 1984, p. xvi. The American Antiquarian Society has a variant with different coloring and the title font has been changed (Lithf CurrI Resuv). Subject: A vertical religious scene. The risen Christ is flanked in the sky by fourteen winged cherub heads. An angel sits on the empty tomb. Three Roman soldiers are in the foreground; one at right has fallen, one at left stands with his hand to head. The third lies unconscious between the other two. Two veiled women look on from behind the standing Roman soldier.