Coolidge print - Poker Sympathy
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- Estimated Value
- $20 USD
- $7 USD to cmae6768f
- Number of Bids
- 1 - Bid History
A vintage print from the 1950s - 'Poker Sympathy' is by Cassius Marcellus Coolidge (American, 1844-1934). One of his famous series depicting a group of anthropomorphized dogs playing cards.
It is marked “Arthur A. Kaplan Co., Inc., N.Y.C.” and “Printed by Brown & Bigelow Div. of Standard Packaging Corp., U.S.A.” to the lower left and right.
Set behind glass in a black wood frame, about 16" X 12" overall.
Winner to pay $15.00 shipping or cheaper if you don't want the glass & frame. Can deliver to St Charles Nationals for free.
We will charge the shipping - unless, within 2 days of auction end, the winner advises auction team that they want the St Charles delivery option or removed from frame.
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Angus & Janice Thom
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