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Lot 0202
on one side, W. WHITNEY/1840; the other side with Lady Liberty
50.5"h (incl. hangers); 31"w; along with a small framed LANDSCAPE PAINTING, 8 by 6 in., written on back: T.T. Greenwood house (yellow) octagon house is in background. It was the nearest house at that time on Main Street. Whitney Tavern (Eames place) E. Templeton, Mass. View from the east on route 2, looking west. Large elm tree on left is elm on which tavern sign was hung 1801-1845. Painted by Lucas Baker c. Civil war period 1860-70. W. B. Eames

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Paint missing on figures front and back.

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(on 2) 19TH C. TAVERN TRADE SIGN

Estimate $300 - $500Jan 27, 2019
Cambridge, MA, USA