Lot 21 of 420:
Color lithograph of San Francisco by E.A. Burbank, 1939  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyer's Premium):$216
$200 - $300

Site of Golden Gate-International Exposition: "A Pageant of the Pacific"
Burbank, E.A.
San Francisco
Wobbers Inc.

Color lithograph. 33.5x76.5 cm (13¼x30¼")

Excellent Bird's-eye view of San Francisco and the East Bay, featuring the Bay Bridge in the foreground, as well as Treasure Island and a portion of the East Bay. Produced in celebration of The Golden Gate International Exposition, held at San Francisco's Treasure Island; a World's Fair celebrating, among other things, the city's two newly built bridges. In the margin beneath the lithograph is text on the bridges and the exposition. Artist E.A. Burbank is best known for his numerous portraits of American Indians.

Lot Amendments
Some toning, creasing and a small chip to bottom left corner, a few closed tears to edges; very good.
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