Details: This lot consists of the vintage and antique art shown in the corresponding images.
Included in this lot are the following pieces:
A color silkscreen of a industrial harbor scene by Ernest Hopf (measuring approximately 13" x 11").
An etching of a Manhattan street scene, attributed to Joseph Pennell (measuring approximately 5 3/4" x 8").
"Floating Grain Elevator of New York," a lithograph of a maritime industrial scene by John Alexander Noble (measuring approximately 20" x 13 1/4"). This piece is signed in pencil in the lower right corner. Accompanying this piece are a letter from the Noble Museum director and an associated newspaper clipping from "The New York Times."
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Condition / Notes: These pieces are largely well preserved but may display some age/wear indications, including mild age toning and edge wear. The color silkscreen exhibits some tape residue in the top margin.
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