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Lot 158B: 19th C. Watercolor Lithograph Memorials


Estimate: $400 – $600

Three memorials: “Aaron Carver” and “Adilbert A. Elliott”, 84 years and six months respectively, a father and two children look at the marker adorned with a broken column with flowers and a weeping willow in the foreground, moderately toned, printed by Kellogg & Comstock, 13 3/4″ x 9 1/2″ (sight); “Sarah Lewis” and “Erastus Lewis”, 64 years and 72 years respectively, a young woman and her little boy in mourning next to the marker adorned with three urns and angels, weeping willows and a church in the background, minor toning to gravestone interior, printed by N. Currier, 13 1/2″ x 9 1/2″ (sight); “The Mother’s Grave”, denoting “Experience (Totman) Washburn age 70 died 1832″, two children in mourning attire with a dog at the foot of the gravestone with scrolling adornments and a cherub praying skyward, heavily accented floral foreground with trees and a steepled church in the background, minor toning to top edge, printed by J. Baillie, handwritten account of marriage in Plymouth, MA on right edge,13 3/4″ x 9 1/2” (sight); all exhibited at the Morris Museum, NJ Collector Series, April-June 1991, The Fertig Folk Art Collection; (ex. Fertig collection).

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19th C. Watercolor Lithograph Memorials