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ORIGINAL 19TH CENTURY CURRIER & IVES PRINT (UNFRAMED)

Age. See below
Composition. Paper
Size. 15 ˝” high x 19 ˝" wide
Rating: 7
Comments. Circa 1800s Currier & Ives print is titled” THE NEAREST WAY IN SUMMERTIME” and is a copy of a landscape by T. Creswick. It depicts a family with a wagon load of logs going through a shallow stream with a village in the background. It has lots of hand tinted details and its colors are still vivid. This print is in sturdy shape with normal use wear, has some browning, a small tear and has soiling/stains as seen in our photo. An interesting print with nice coloring as well as good subject matter that when framed will make a nice addition to any home.

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