circa: Early 1900s
Two black frames over prints from Nash's Magazine entitled "Winners" and "King of Hearts", English circa 1917. Thin wooden frames with the slightest molded edge, both painted black, old chipboard backing secured by metal peg nails. The prints are of a young girl and her riding horse, and a new mother and father overlooking their infant. Both are lovely portraits with classic style from that period. Nicely executed prints with good registration.
Condition: Good vintage condition. Fair amount of paper foxing and lots of spots on the underside of the glass. Wear on the painted frames and aging on the backing materials, appropriate to its age.
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