Engraver Artist ink and watercolor fraktur
Engraver Artist (Southeastern Pennsylvania active 1791-1804), ink and watercolor fraktur of a husband and wife flanking a pair of flintlock pistols and a sabre, all within a floral vine border, the man and woman each with a faint German inscription around them translated on back as the woman: Ah my love, have mercy. Come and kiss me, the man: I have no time for love. I must practice soldiery, 8" x 12 3/4". Provenance: The Collection of Jack and Mary Louise Krumrine, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.Competitive in-house shipping is available for this lot.
Condition:Not laid down. Light toning and staining. Center seam taped.
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