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LOT #162

18th and 19th Century Print Assortment

(4) items, each matted and framed under glass, including after William Hogarth (English, 1697-1764) “Pit Ticket” hand-colored engraving, 1759, printed signature lower left; after Joseph Farrington (1747-1841) “The Tower” hand-colored aquatint, 1795, printed signature lower left; after Antonio Sandi (Italian, 1733-1817) “Prospectus Urbis Venetiarum”, copper engraving, undated, printed signature lower left; and Ackermann & Co. and Day & Son “Building for the Exhibition of the Industry of All Nations in London, 1851” hand-colored lithograph, 1851, unsigned

Estimate: $400 - $600

Property From: a Gold Coast, Chicago, Illinois estate

Dimensions: Height: 11 inches, Width: 16 1/2 inches (Sandi image); Frame Height: 20 5/8 inches, Frame Width: 24 5/8 inches

Weight: 241.13 troy ounces (7,500.00 grams)

Condition: Good, Hogarth print having staining to mat, accretions to glass and wear to frame; Farrington print having tear along lower edge; Sandi print having toning at edges from mat; Ackermann print having buckling, toning overall and foxing to margins

Disclaimers: not examined out of the frames

Shipping: Leonard Auction will directly ship this lot.

Sales Tax: Illinois (8.000%), New Jersey (6.625%), Pennsylvania (8.000%), Washington (10.500%)

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