Lot 9    

Fine Tintype of a Man with Two Oxen,
2002 Americana & Decorative Arts. November 20.
4 x 2.5" in original walnut "cross t" frame. An anonymous horizontal image, he drapes his arm on the back of one of the oxen, and holds a switch in his other hand.

Condition:  
Near EXC, though not examined out of frame.
Est $300 - $400
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