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BID DATE:
06/27/2017 03:11 PM
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(3) LIGHTHOUSE STRING LIGHTS AND LIGHTHOUSE PAINTING

Age: Lights: Less than 10 Painting: Approximately 36 years

Size: Painting: L 11, W 9

Composition: Wood, canvas, plastic

Rating: 8

Comments:
The painting features a quaint scene of a lighthouse and house on an island overlooking the ocean. The painting is set in a rustic wood frame, which is primitive by design. Painting is entitled Portland Headlight. It is signed by C. Barrett and dates 1981. The string lights have small light houses on them and each set of lights has ten lighthouses on each. They are in good shape. There are three sets of lights. Some wear and weathering on wood frame, painting in good shape.


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