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BESSIE PEASE GUTMANN "A LITTLE BIT OF HEAVEN",  from around 1900 to 1910, original frame, backing board and backing paper, paper color is more ivory or yellowed than what shows in the photos (it is more like #CI25602), 15" x 19" outside measurement, also marked in small letters on the bottom left "650 c. Gutmann and Gutmann N. Y.  Made in the U. S. A.", excellent condition, some wear on the frame and a few spots of foxing on the print, excellent color with no fading, probably some yellowing of the paper,  backing paper is torn but still intact   #CI25398    $125.00    NOW $100.00

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BESSIE PEASE GUTMANN "AWAKENING", from around 1900 to 1910, I bought this from the same estate as #CI25398 but the frames are different, gorgeous blue and gold original frame, also original backing board, original backing paper is gone, 14 1/2" x 19" outside measurement, also marked in small letters on the bottom left "664 c. Gutmann and Gutmann N. Y.  Made in the U. S. A.", excellent condition, some wear on the frame, including some missing blue paint as shown in the photo of the frame, some dirt has gotten into the frame, most looks removable, but I cannot guarantee that it is all removable, excellent color with no fading, probably some yellowing of the paper    #CI25398    $125.00    NOW $100.00
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THERE WAS AN OLD WOMAN WHO LIVED IN A SHOE 1893 CHROMOLITHOGRAPH PRINT BELIEVED TO BE BY MAUD HUMPHREY, published as an insert to Demorest's Family Magazine October 1893 but it is no longer in the magazine, 8" x 11 1/4", fine to very good condition with some stray marks from the printing process and 2 lines of creases along the right side of the picture (show on the scan) from the page being turned in the magazine    #PR28938    $40.00

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donald duck child's dish

 LATE 1940'S WALT DISNEY DONALD DUCK CHILD'S WARMING DISH,  CORAL COLORED (NOT PINK, I JUST COULDN'T GET THE COLOR RIGHT IN THE PHOTO)  POTTERY WITH A GLOSS FINISH, HOLLOW SO THAT HE CAN BE FILLED WITH WARM WATER TO KEEP BABY'S FOOD WARM, ABOUT 8 1/4" LONG BY 6 1/2" WIDE, AND 2" DEEP WITHOUT DONALD'S HEAD, THE HEAD, WHICH ACTS AS THE STOPPER FOR THE FILL HOLE, IS 2 1/2" HIGH.  THIS DISH IS NOT MARKED DONALD DUCK OR WALT DISNEY IN ANYPLACE I CAN FIND, YET I AM CERTAIN IT IS DONALD DUCK.  I AM EQUALLY CERTAIN THAT HE WAS MADE BY AN AMERICAN POTTERY COMPANY.  (COULD IT THEN BE IMPLIED THAT HE MUST BE AUTHORIZED?  I DON'T KNOW.) This Donald Duck child's warming dish is in excellent condition.  There are no chips or crazing.  There is a small, light hairline crack on Donald's bill.  While this hairline is definitely there, it really isn't noticeable except upon closer inspection. Also, his cork stopper that goes around a porcelain piece below his head, had deteriorated to the point it wouldn't stay on and got lost.  I understand it is not difficult to drill out a replacement cork. The cork is not necessary. #DSY16044    $65.00
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ANXIOUS MOMENTS, 1950's PRINT OF BOY WITH HIS PARSON TERRIER PUPPY AT THE DOCTOR, Frances Tipton Hunter, but her name is not on the print, 6 7/8" x 4 3/8", NOS (unused old stock) near mint condition     #Ci28794    $12.00 .

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LOOK WHO'S HERE, BY MABEL ROLLINS HARRIS, 1935 PRINT OF 2 LITTLE GIRL LOOKING OUT THE WINDOW AT BLUEBIRDS, 5 1/2" x 6 1/2", NOS (unused old stock), near mint condition    #Ci28791    $18.00

DOWN, BUT NOT OUT, 1953 SAMPLE CALENDAR / PRINT OF PRINT OF BOY AND PUPPIES, looks like Wire-haired Fox Terrier, West Highland Terrier (maybe Bichon Frise) and spaniel puppies, by Frances Tipton Hunter, this is a sample calendar out of the salesman's portfolio for 1954, there is more illustration on the top of the print  than shown in my scan , glossy finish, under the illustration is an area reading "Your Advertisement Here" then a sample calendar with only the January 1954 page (that is all there ever was), illustrated area is 11" x 14", total calendar sample (including the illustration) 11" x 23 1/2", illustrated area is in near mint condition , the bottom section of the sample has a few bent areas    #Ci27595cf    $35.00 .    HOLD
 
 

PARTING OF THE WAYS, 1950's PRINT OF BOY AND BUFF COCKER SPANIEL MOM MOURNING THE SHIPPING OF A PUPPY BY COLLECTIBLE ILLUSTRATOR FRANCES TIPTON HUNTER, SIMILAR TO SCAN ON THE LEFT except it is a vertical picture with more space on the top and the bottom of the picture (showing school books),  8" x 10", rough condition with a crease all the way through the right side of the print including through the door and the Mom dog, also crinkling along the top of the print from where it was pasted onto something, if you remove the crinkled part (which is just house and door anyway) then the print will be 8" x 9", but you still cannot do anything to eliminate the crease    #Ci28769bf    $4.00 .    HOLD


PARTING OF THE WAYS, 1950's PRINT / CALENDAR SAMPLE OF BOY AND BUFF COCKER SPANIEL MOM MOURNING THE SHIPPING OF A PUPPY BY COLLECTIBLE ILLUSTRATOR FRANCES TIPTON HUNTER, SIMILAR TO SCAN ON THE LEFT except it is a vertical picture with more space on the top and the bottom of the picture (showing school books), glossy finish,  illustrated area is 12" x 13 1/2" including a small margin, also there is an area above the illustrated part if the print intended for an advertiser's name --- in total the print is 12" x 16 1/2", excellent condition with only a light printing area that puts a dark line through the box that is supposed to be for the advertiser's name     #Ci28769cf    $32.00 .

"HEALTH AND HAPPINESS" PRINT BY  MABEL ROLLINS HARRIS of baby and robin on 1936 calendar (Jan.'37 is all that is left of the calendar), "1935 The American Art Works Inc., Coshocton, Ohio" is printed under the art work, art is printed onto the calendar sheet not a separate sheet attached, calendar sheet is 12 3/4" x 19 1/2", the art work is 9 " x 6 3/4" (not including the 4 borders), the print condition is excellent with only a little nick on the top right section of the border.  the whole calendar sheet is in fine to very good condition with some light general soiling, a couple of minor creases, some edge wear and a larger crease on the top right corner, beautiful color      #Ci27441    $17.00
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print, boy, puppies, roller skates
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AFTER THE BATH, BY MABEL ROLLINS HARRIS, 1942 PRINT OF LITTLE GIRL AND DUCKS, full print is 7 3/4" x 9 3/4", but there is damage at the top so it is more like 7 3/4" x 9", very good to good condition with a very slight change of tone about the middle of the page and a couple of tiny dark spots in the sky as well as the damage at the top, overall it is is still a desirable print    #Ci28764    $12.00

 
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