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01/15/2018 12:03 AM
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(13) PIECES VINTAGE PORTRAITS FROM FITCHBURG STUDIOS
Age. More than 80 years old
Composition. Paper
Size. Varies
Rating: 8 – 9
Comments. This is a lot of portraits of local people from such Fitchburg studios such as Michon, Kimball Bros, Mac Kenney, F.I. Cate, Snow & McDermott, Gardner Artist Studio and Howard. The lot includes two pair of Deco style folding frames and two are from FHS classes of 1923 which are signed. Five of these are Victorian era and mounted on a thick cardboard studio cards. All are in the good shape with normal use wear and could have some light soiling. Get yourself some frames and you’ll have some instant relatives for your home.

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