Oswego Harbor from the South, Lithograph
By W.H. Rease (Illustrator)
Inscribed: "Oswego Harbor from the South" "Lith. by W. H. Rease N. E. Cor. 4th & Chestnut Sts. Pha [Philadelphia]" - SOLD
Carriages and wagons cross the bridge; canal barge towed upstream; others lie alongside the canal banks, also seen are steam tug/tow barges; schooners and brigs dry their sails. A paddle-wheeled steamboat lies at the wharf; in the distance a lighthouse is seen at the harbors mouth. Stacks of lumber can be seen all about the harbor. Paper loss at top right, toning; not examined out of frame.
(Frame: 20.5 by 16.5"; view: 17.5 by 13.5")
424-158 - SOLD
Lithograph, Iver Johnsons Arms and Cycle Works, Factory Scene
Circa 1895 to 1900 - SOLD
A rare original factory lithograph depicting "Iver Johnson's Arms and Cycle Works, Fitchburg, MA." The print is signed at lower left corner "Kyles & Woodbury, Worcester, MA." CONDITION: Very good overall; good color, some minor toning. (Frame: 43.25 by 29.5"; view: 37.25 by 23.5")
423-17 - SOLD
Pair of Constructed & Cut Lithographs
Emile Pierre Desmaisons
19th Century - SOLD
A pair of framed hand colored lithographs by Emile Pierre Desmaisons (France / 1812 -1880), cut and constructed to create a three-dimensional effect with dried grasses added to enhance the illusion, each portraying a mother and child in a bucolic setting, framed and in oval mats, very good.
Dimensions of both: 16.5 by 18.75-inch frames, 9 by 11.5-inch sight-sizes.
663-1 - SOLD
Helli Fritz, Austrian
Untitled, Circa 1900 - SOLD
Color lithograph on two pieces of paper signed in the right lower corner "School of Emmy Zweybruck Prochoska Vienna, Helli Fritz aged 15 years."
The lower left reads "Secession Ges.m.6. Wein, VIII./2. Tiger 9.17."
Dimensions: sight size 19 by 68 inches.
753-1 - SOLD
Lithograph, "The Yankee Tar", American Naval
J. Baillie, New York - SOLD
Lithograph titled "The Yankee Tar" published by J. Baillie of New York, highlighted in blue, in period frame, toning, foxing, and tears on outermost edge.
Dimensions: 15.5 by 11.75-inch frame, 13.5 by 9.75-inch sight-size.
604-25 - SOLD
Lithograph, View of the Ruins After the Great Fire in New York, Dec. 16th & Dec. 17th, 1835, As Seen from Exchange Place
Published by L.P. Clover
Entered According to Act of Congress in the Year 1836 by L.P. Clover in the Office of the Southern District
After Nicolino Calyo - SOLD
The print remains in excellent original condition. (Frame: 34 x 28 inches; view: 24.25 x 18.5 inches)
339-24 - SOLD
The Hero Of New Orleans
Currier and Ives
Hand Colored Lithograph - SOLD
As depicted, even toning; appears to remain in original veneered frame with original backboard. Has not been examined out of frame. (Small folio: 10 by 14-inches; overall: 12.5 by 16.5-inches.)
913-45 - SOLD