(lot of 3) Framed wood block engraving of George Washington, "Where There is No Vision, the People Perish", (Proverbs 29:18) by Timothy Cole (American, 1852-1931), after an original painting by Wilford S. Conrow (American, 1880-1957), copyright by the George Washington Life Insurance Company, Charleston, W.Va. (liquidated 1961), signed in pencil at lower right by Conrow with sentiment dated 1936, sight: 13.5"h, 9.5"w, overall: 17.25"h, 13.25"w; (1) framed November 2, 1861 front page of Harpers Weekly depicting the "Rebel Steamer, Merrimac" and the "Henrico COunty Jail, Richmond, Virginia..From A Sketch Furnished by A Union Prisoner Who Was Confined In It', sight: 14"h, 10"w, overall: 18.75"h, 14.5"w; (1) framed engraving "Prise De Saint-Christophe", by FranÃ§ois-Nicolas Martinet (French, c. 1725-1804), celebrating the taking of the Caribbean Islands of St. Kitts, Montserrat and Nevis against British troops in 1782 by the Marquis de Boulle (FranÃ§ois Claude Amour, 1739-1800), sight: 9.5"h, 13.5"w, overall: 16.5"h, 20.5"w, total: 5.25lbs Start Price: $80.00
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