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04/15/2018 07:25 PM
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1905 TRIPTYCH WITH CHROMO LITHOGRAPH PRINTS
Age: 110 yrs
Composition: wood, paper
Size: 34” x 14 ½”
Rating: 8

Comments: Up for your consideration is an exceptional antique triptych or three panel chromolithograph of 2 game birds prints with a center print of fruit. These were published by James Lee of Chicago, Illinois copyright 1905 as marked lower left on center print. The images consist of ducks, pheasants, partridge, watermelon, grapes, and peaches. There is even a woodcock. The prints have strong color and are well preserved. The watermelon print has two small holes in the paper, but are hardly noticeable and do not detract from the image. Housed in a period, turn of the century gold frame with a border of square carvings and retaining the original “wavy” glass, this wonderful antique would display well in any setting!

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