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Circa 1860s Folk Art, hand carved wooden frame to hold four CDV (carte-de-visite) or tintype photographs. Frame appears to be carved walnut wood with the original shellac surface and original hanging locket at top. The four openings on the back accomodate images with dimensions up to approximately 2-3/8" x 4-1/8" each. Approximate exterior frame size is 10" x 13-1/2". Condition: Frame is in "as found" condition with one angled piece on the top right that appears to be a repair replacement. Some areas have wood chip loss. There is overall soiling, scuffs, and edge wear. Frame is ready for you to insert your own images. Includes glass, 4 CDV photographs, and nailed in paperboard backing.

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  • Location: This item ships from Pennsylvania

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    1860s Folk Art Hand Carved Wood Frame for 4 CDV

    Estimate $200 - $300Mar 6, 2018
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    Ships from verified Jasper52 seller #12978 in Pennsylvania
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    Auction Curated By:
    Scott Brasseur
    Book & Ephemera Specialist
    Beth Brasseur
    Book & Ephemera Specialist
    101 Avenue of the Americas
    Suite 900
    New York, NY 10013
    United States
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