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05/15/2022 09:51 AM
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FRAMED 3” HAND COLORED SAWYER PHOTO “AUTUMNS TEMPTATION”


Rating: 9

Comments. This Sawyer print is titled” Autumns Temptation” whose frame measures 5 ½” high x 4 ½” wide and is more than 80 years old. The 3” high print features an antique canoe on the bank of a pond with birch trees in the foreground and a tree-lined shore with a cozy cabin in the background. It has hand tinted features whose colors are quite vivid. It is in the original mat with the handwritten title as well as the Sawyer signature and the back has the logo of the Sawyer pictures Concord, Nh on the brown paper backing all as seen in our photos. The solid wood frame is original and has nice, pressed designs. This item is in very good shape with minor use wear and light soiling. Give it a light cleaning and you’ll have a very nice addition to your vintage Sawyer print collection.


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