Seven Handcolored Lithographs

SEVEN HANDCOLORED LITHOGRAPHS.
American, 19th century. Six from McKenney and Hall; four are by Bowen. Payta-kootea, Le Soldat du Chene, Qua-Ta-Wa-Pea and Hayne-Hudjihini. The other two were published by Daniel Rice and James Clark., Pocahontas and Black Hoof. Unframed, average 17"h. 13"w. Together with a Currier & Ives, Grand united Order of Odd-Fellows Chart. Unframed.
Condition: Black Hoof - 20 5/8"h. 14 3/4"w. Light toning on edges and back, some foxing & light stains.
Eagle of Delight - 19 7/8"h. 14 1/8"w. Light toning on edges and back, some foxing. Stitching holes on right edge.
Payta-Kootha - 19 5/8"h. 14"w. Light toning on edges and back, some foxing.
Pocahontas - 17 7/8"h. 13 1/4"w. Light mat burn, stain upper left.
Qua ta wa pea - 19 1/4"h. 13 7/8"w. Light toning on edges and back, text burn, residue stain on right edge.
Soldat de Chene - 19 7/8"h. 13 7/8"w. Light toning on edges and back, text burn, residue stain on right edge. 1/2" x 1/8" loss at bottom left edge with stain.
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