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VINTAGE Portfolio No.6
Antique Vanity Fair Prints, Pair
$299.00
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COLOR white/multi
CONDITION Very Good; age wear
DIMENSIONS 18.5" L x 12" W x 0.6" H
ERA Antique
MADE OF paper; frame, glass/wood
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Sep 27 - Oct 02
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Why we love this
Pair of Vanity Fair lithograph prints. Rower named Wal Fletcher, captioned "flea," dated March 18, 1893. Cricketer captioned "Yorkshire," dated August 20, 1903. Printed by Vincent Brooks Day & Son Lithographs. Both prints signed by the artist "spy" pseudonym of Leslie Ward (1851-1922). Mat opening: cricketer, 14.9"L x 8.5"W; rower, 13.5"L x 7.5"W; frame, 18.5"L x 12"W.
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