Lot 527 of 703:
Lithograph View of San Francisco 1850  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyers Premium):$225
Estimate:
$300 - $500

Title:
View of San Francisco. 1850. Taken from a High Point on the South Side. Published by the Author of "Sights in the Gold Region, &c"

Author:

Place:
Philadelphia

Publisher:
Henry Bill

Date:
1850

Description:

Color lithograph. Matted and framed, Image 23x32 cm (9x12½"). Overall 50x55 cm (19¾x21¾").

The cluster of buildings overshadowed by the very steep hills, with veritable mountains on the other side of the bay, with sailing ships docked and at anchor. An interesting if not very accurate view. Drawn on the stone by Kuchel, printed by P.S. Duval. Baird & Evans 18a; Peters COS pp. 115, 147; Reps 250.


Lot Amendments

Condition:
Old creasing, slight toning; not examined out of frame; very good.


 
Item number:
292216
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