Lot 647    

Three 1893 Columbian Exposition Phoenix Ribbons including Abraham Lincoln,
2006, Fall Decorative Arts, October 7th
includes a fine 1893 CWEC Abraham Lincoln Emancipation Proclamation large ribbon with Phoenix Silk Manufacturing Co. label; unframed; silk is 2.5" x 14.2", label is 3.4" x 21"; PLUS another 1893 CWEC souvenir Machinery Hall with large Phoenix label; unframed; ribbon size 2.5 x 14", label size 3.3 x 18"; AND another 1893 CWEC souvenir ribbon Administration Building; unframed; silk size 2.9" x 13.1".

Provenance:  
Ex Collection of Dr. Richard E. Baer, Groveport, Ohio


Condition:  
1st, silk rating 6, light toning to card; 2nd and 3rd, silk rating 6. Good bright colors on all examples.
Sold: $115.00
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