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Framed Fraktur Birth Certificate, by Rev. Henry Young (American, 1792-1861), Centre County, Pennsylvania, 1844, Sold for $15,944. watercolor and ink on paper ...

Framed Fraktur Birth Certificate, by Rev. Henry Young (American, 1792-1861), Centre County, Pennsylvania, 1844, Sold for $15,944. watercolor and ink on paper ...

Realized Price: $9000 Henry Young (Pennsylvania, 1792-1861), watercolor on paper fraktur birth and baptismal certificate for Franklin Bohn, b. May 6th 1855, depicting his parents Daniel and Sarah Anna clutching a bouquet, 11 3/4" x 7 3/4"

Realized Price: $9000 Henry Young (Pennsylvania, 1792-1861), watercolor on paper fraktur birth and baptismal certificate for Franklin Bohn, b. May 6th 1855, depicting his parents Daniel and Sarah Anna clutching a bouquet, 11 3/4" x 7 3/4"

by aiko fukawa

by aiko fukawa

Southeastern Pennsylvania watercolor fraktur, ca. 1800, with two birds perched atop a floral vine emanating from a heart, 7 1/4" x 6".

Southeastern Pennsylvania watercolor fraktur, ca. 1800, with two birds perched atop a floral vine emanating from a heart, 7 1/4" x 6".

makoto kagoshima

makoto kagoshima

Artist: Unknown. Image title or type, and date: Bookplate (Bücherzeichen) for [unknown]. ca. 1831. Origin: Panther Branch Township, Wake, North Carolina.  Medium and size: Wove paper; watercolor; ink. 18.1 cm x 10.7 cm. Present location: unknown. Source: https://libwww.freelibrary.org.

Artist: Unknown. Image title or type, and date: Bookplate (Bücherzeichen) for [unknown]. ca. 1831. Origin: Panther Branch Township, Wake, North Carolina. Medium and size: Wove paper; watercolor; ink. 18.1 cm x 10.7 cm. Present location: unknown. Source: https://libwww.freelibrary.org.

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あかいつきのひ うまれたよ2.jpg

早期frakturs,初期の芸術,アートfrakturs,民芸紙,人をfrakturs,芸術民俗,Early Works,Fraktur Faces,Frakturs People

Nathalie Lété

Nathalie Lété

Henry Young (1792–1861)  Probably Aaronsburg, Pennsylvania  c. 1852  Watercolor and ink on paper  11 x 7 1/2 in.  American Folk Art Museum

Henry Young (1792–1861) Probably Aaronsburg, Pennsylvania c. 1852 Watercolor and ink on paper 11 x 7 1/2 in. American Folk Art Museum

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