Limited Edition Hitchcock Chair Company rush seat armchair given to Walter O. R. Korder, class of 1950 Harvard Business School. A view of "Harvard in 1726" is hand painted on the cross rail and signed at lower left by M. Morgan. Measures 33 inches high to the back, 21.5 inches across the arms, 18.5 inches high to the seat and 16 inches deep. In like-new mint condition.
Limited edition Hitchcock Chair Company rush seat armchair given to Walter O. R. Korder, Class of 1945. An 1860 view of "Yale's "Old Brick Row" is hand painted on the cross rail and signed at lower left by M. Morgan. Measures 16 inches deep, 33 inches high to the back, 21.5 inches across the arms and 18.5 inches high to the seat. In like-new mint condition.
Charming folk art painting of the original Spratling Plata Fina silver studio in Taxco, Mexico, circa 1940. Lovely street view of the front of the gallery. William Spratling was one of the most famous of the original Taxco colony of silversmiths. Watercolor on vellum. Signed "V. Flores Taxco" at lower right. Excellent condition in its original frame. The frame measures 14 x 17.5 inches and the watercolor measures 12.5 x 9.5 inches.
Vintage photograph of carpet ball team displaying their winning trophy. Circa 1900. Original wood frame with silver liner. Excellent condition. The frame measures 20 x 24 inches and the photo measures 10 x 13 inches.
Vintage photo Quincy Market circa 1920, printed by Gates and Tripp. The old frame is in excellent condition with a gold beaded lining. It measures 17 x 21 inches. The viewable area of the photo measures 13.5 x 10.5 inches.