Emile Louis Picault: 1833-1915, France, "Egyptian Scribe" 30" Tall Bronze (Hierogrammate), ca. 1880.
ca. 1994. Signed & Numbered Edition, #56/90 pieces. Measures 39" x 16 1/2" x 16."
New Market (Virginia), 1824. Published by Salomon Henkels Druckery. "A collection of exquisite prayerful songs, for the use of children, both at home an at school." Henkels Druckery was the first Lutheran print shop in the U.S. This collection of songs came from Paul Henkel, Salomons father, and others. This copy bound in marbled paper boards with some rubbing at extremities, is tight and sound...
New Market, Shenandoah County (VA). Published in Salomon Henkel's Druckery (Publishing House), 1816. 167 pages. 2nd Edition. Three blank pages at front and two at rear. Rev. Paul Henkel's name is on the first free endpaper. Cloth spine with decorative stenciled paper boards. Exterior is rubbed, particularly at extremities. Interior toned throughout, but a tight, sound copy of this scarce Henkel item. 5 1/2" tall.
From 1962 Been drawn on with marker/pen in several places, paint chipping under head.
From the 1960s Patent Pending JAPAN stamp Damage to front of hat, crack on right side of hat, Paint Chip off head under right ear
From the 1960s Patent Pending JAPAN stamp Chips on back of head, slight discoloration on top of hat
Chicago Tribune - N.Y. News Syndicate. All Rights Reserved" JAPAN sticker intact Paint chips on hat, paint chips on coat (sleeve, under buttons), paint chips on shoulders.
Copyright 1960 UPA Pictures Inc. All Rights Reserved" From the 1960s JAPAN sticker intact Paint chips on hat, patin chip on back left arm, paint chip on base. Two cracks under right ear.
Laid on Board, ca. 1890. Signed 'F.F. English' in the lower left area. Scratch present at the top of the painting. Measures 20" x 29 3/4."
Measures 20" x 25 1/4."
Original Oil on Board, ca. 1955 Highly-regarded artist and instructor in Cebu. He has influenced many artists, and his works are rare. Board measures 17" x 21;" Frame is 21 3/4" x 26."