VINTAGE WOOD FRAME 8+x14 OLD PRINT German ?MAN & CATCUS
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Sold Date: 06/26/2008
Channel: Online Auction
Category: Furniture & Furnishings
1940âe(tm)s VINTAGE FRAMED PRINT OF A MAN IN THE GARDEN TENDING HIS PLANTS âe" look like cactus plants ? Original wood frame, also 1940âe(tm)s vintage, with original finish and original labels on the back.
Interesting print to look at, with the surrounding trees and architectural structure âe" he is standing in his beautiful outdoor garden.
Weighs about 2 pounds before any packing materials. 8 Â½ inches wide and 14 inches long. Frame is over 1 inch thick measured from the side.
Wood looks like pine, with original finish, purposely distressed to look even more antique. Small brass hanger at the top. Original mat around the print.
The print is in GOOD CONDITION âe" my pictures make it look faded and uneven. No tears, no stains. Unusual subject, an outdoor garden with a man in a cap, smoking a long pipe, tending his plants. The print may be German ? from the name on the back âe" looks like Spitzweg, Karl, The Pensionist. N.Y.C. label at the top - maybe a New York frame maker?
Corners tight âe" NO WIGGLE! Original glass backing on the frame. ALL SALES FINAL. I am selling items that have some age to them. Naturally t will be irregularities and flaws, just because of the age. I will describe an item as best I can, and will try to picture any irregularities or missing parts, but ASK QUESTIONS BEFORE YOU BID!
If you have any doubts or hesitation with the item PLEASE DONâe(tm)T BID as all sales are final. NO RETURNS! Payment must be received within 10 days after the close of the auction. Personal checks held for 10 days to ensure that they clear. International buyers please contact me for shipping rates BEFORE you bid.
Insurance is optional and at the expense of the Buyer. Thanks!
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