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Descriptions
copper 405 pine 31
Names
Printer's block. 14
Dimensions:
L: 16 in, width: 18.25 in, depth: .875 in
Credit Line:
Gift of Mr. Victor Alexander, Jr.
Inscription:
Copper etching: 2 harnessed carriage horses surrounded by circles containing enlarged views of different parts of the equipment and striaght arrows pointing to these as displayed on the horses [written in pencil at top:] "Red".
Remarks:
Large printer's block. Copper etching. Mounted on pine slats pieced together. Gridwork of grooves on back with pencil writing at top. Condition - copper stined, scratched, dusty with patches of oxidation especially on far horse's harness. Pine has bits of paper glued to back. Numberous small cracks and scratches. Split at left upper corner.
Accession Number:
1.69.4732

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