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BID: CLOSED
CURRENT BID:
$70
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$75
BID DATE:
10/13/2018 12:06 PM
CURRENT BIDDER:
zzaj757
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DESCRIPTION

LARGE WHITE PRINT IN EXCEPTIONAL OLD OAK FRAME

Age: More than 60 years old.

Size: 29 ¼” Tall by 39 ¼” Wide

Composition: Oak, Glass, paper, Cloth

Rating: 8

Comments: The frame has scratches/finish loss and some minor dents along with a larger area of finish loss to the lower left corner. The mat has a 2+ inch tall water stain running horizontally along the entire bottom edge which doesn’t appear to have damaged the print. The water stain also runs along the bottom inch of the craft paper backer. The glass is in good shape having only some vertical bubbles suspended in the glass during the manufacturing process. On the bottom of the frame is a plaque that reads: “Winter landscape with skaters and birdtrap, by Peter Bruegel. THE ELDER (1525 – 1596) c. 1565”

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