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Husky, Esquimaux Dog, Antique Dog Print
$199.00
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CARE N/A
COLOR black/multi
CONDITION Very Good; light staining in margins
DIMENSIONS 16" L x 20" H
ERA Antique: 19th century
MADE IN Great Britain
MADE OF ink and watercolor on paper, acid-free matting
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL Jun 28 - Jul 03
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Intaglio Antique Prints and Maps has been selling original prints and maps from the 18th and 19th centuries since 2006. We do not sell reproductions or copies. Our collection, sourced in the U.S. and Europe, includes natural history, sciences, technology, fashion and pochoir prints, as well as maps of all regions and countries of the world.
Why we love this
Hand-colored engraving of a husky titled, "Esquimaux Dog," with descriptive text, published by the "Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge," 1843. Displayed in an acid-free, standard-size 16 x 20" mat. Print size including margins, 11"H x 13.25"L. Minor staining in margins.
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