07/13/2018 06:46 PM
ANTIQUE RAFAEL TUCK PRINT OF WEDDING BY GILBERT S. WRIGHT
Age: 80+ years
Size: Frame is 24” x 29 1/2”
Comments: A professionally framed print under glass in a pickled gold wood frame. The print is entitled “For Better or Worse” from an original painting by Gilbert S. Wright and shows a man with his bride approaching a four horse carriage. The top of the print indicates it was copyrighted in 1900 by Raphael Tuck & Son. The mat has been painted an ivory color and the frame has finish loss on the bottom edge perhaps from moisture as evidenced by staining on the lower part of the dust liner. The print lays flat and true.
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