Early American Prints, Part 2 2010-01-27 Auction - 81 Price Results - Housing Works in NY
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81: The seat of action, between the British and America14: Ethan Allen & Mate Crossing the Score: A Dead Heat 79: Hudson River at West Point
New York, NY, United States
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Early American Prints, Part 2

Kathleen Guzman returns to host "Early American Prints, Part 2," Housing Works' second and final live auction of nearly 100 collectible early American prints, including dozens of works by legendary engravers Currier and Ives. Just in time for President's Day, the auction will include numerous portraits of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln, as well as horse racing prints, pastoral scenes, and events and maps.
Lot Number: Lowest
The Farmer's Home, 1872: 4. Thomas Kelly, publisher The Farmer's Home, 1872 Hand colored engraving 17 ¼ x 24 5/8 in. framed
0004: The Farmer's Home, 1872Est. $100-$200Lot Passed
American Winter Scene, 1867: 12. Joseph Hoover, publisher American Winter Scene, 1867 Hand Colored lithograph 17 ¼ x 25 ½ in. framed Kennedy Galleries label, verso
0012: American Winter Scene, 1867Est. $200-$300
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Daniel Webster, 1825: 24. C.E. Wagstaff and J.O. Andrews/ T.B. Lawson, artist Daniel Webster, 1825 Mezzotint on paper 26 x 17 5/8 in. framed. Kennedy Galleries label, verso
0024: Daniel Webster, 1825Est. $100-$200Lot Passed