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Antonio Jacobsen (NY/NJ, 1850-1921), USS Vestal,
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Antonio Jacobsen (NY/NJ, 1850-1921), USS Vestal,
oil on artist's board, signed lower right "Antonio Jacobsen 1910 / 31 Palisade Av West Hoboken NY," titled in lower center below ship "USS Vestal Chas. F. Frink Electrician," housed in the original period frame; The Vestal began her service as a collier, serving in both World Wars. She was among those ships hit during the attack at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. This painting was found in the attic of Charles F. Frink's grandson, who remembers him serving as an electrician on the Vestal. SS 21.5" x 35.5"; DOA 27.75" x 41.75"
Condition
As found, attic condition - overall paint flaking and discoloration, some damage to frame - no apparent touch-ups visible under blacklight - in need of conservation.
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Antonio Jacobsen (NY/NJ, 1850-1921), USS Vestal,

Estimate $500 - $1,000
Mar 15, 2008
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Starting Price $50
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1058: Antonio Jacobsen (NY/NJ, 1850-1921), USS Vestal,

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Est. $500 - $1,000Starting Price $50
Historic Hillsborough Auction
Mar 15, 2008 8:30 AM EDT
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Antonio Jacobsen (NY/NJ, 1850-1921), USS Vestal,
oil on artist's board, signed lower right "Antonio Jacobsen 1910 / 31 Palisade Av West Hoboken NY," titled in lower center below ship "USS Vestal Chas. F. Frink Electrician," housed in the original period frame; The Vestal began her service as a collier, serving in both World Wars. She was among those ships hit during the attack at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. This painting was found in the attic of Charles F. Frink's grandson, who remembers him serving as an electrician on the Vestal. SS 21.5" x 35.5"; DOA 27.75" x 41.75"
Condition
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As found, attic condition - overall paint flaking and discoloration, some damage to frame - no apparent touch-ups visible under blacklight - in need of conservation.

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