Sleighing in New York

Thomas Benecke

Published by Nagel & Lewis, 1855
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Lithograph in color. Sheet size: 25 x 34". Inventory#: p1070pmat. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: Sleighing in New York
Publisher: Nagel & Lewis
Publication Date: 1855
Binding: N/A
Book Condition: Very Good

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Book Description New York: Nagel & Lewis, 1855. No Binding. Condition: Good. This colored lithograph measuring 21" x 30 1/2" shows a number of parties taking a ride in horse-drawn sleighs through the streets of New York. The margins have been cropped, but the print itself remains in very good condition. Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # 006062

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Book Description Emil Seitz c.1855, New York, 1855. A winter scene set before Barnum's Museum at Broadway & Ann Street in New York City during the mid 19th century. "It has become quite difficult to cross this street, and whenever attempted it is at the peril of your life or limbs."? William Bobo, Glimpses of New York, 1852.This view of Broadway and Ann Street depicts the truth behind William Bobo's words. Horses and carriages are seen speeding through the snow causing great danger to all who dare to attempt a crossing. "While attempting to cross this intersection, visitors often got separated from their parties, and their cries added to the chaotic shouts of the omnibus drivers and policemen. Musicians sometimes played on the balcony of Barnum?s American Museum, which overlooked this intersection and added another layer to the cacophony.' - MET Museum., Image Size : 512x780 (mm), 20.16x30.71 (Inches), Platemark Size : , Paper Size : , Printed in Color with Some Hand Coloring, Lithograph Upper left corner restored otherwise Very Good. Laid on acid free tissue paper for long term preservation. Seller Inventory # P4492

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Book Description New York: Nagel & Lewis, 1855. No Binding. Condition: Very Good. This colored lithograph measuring 24" x 33" shows a number of parties taking a ride in horse-drawn sleighs through the streets of New York. Two 1.5" tears along the bottom margin are evidence of previous binding. Mild foxing, staining and discoloration around margins. Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # 006063

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