Lot 19    

19th-Century American Watercolor Portrait of a Girl
2008, Spring Fine & Decorative Arts, Mar 15th
1838
written in pencil on verso Wm White maker Sept 29 1838 a gift for Wm (illegible)
in a gilt frame
5.5" x 6.5"


Condition:  
Even toning, removed from frame. 8" x 9" (w/frame).
Sold: $1,200.00
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