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344 lots

April 23, 1998

104 East 25th Street

New York, NY, 10010 USA

Phone: 212.254.4710

Fax: 212 979 1017

Email: swann@swanngalleries.com

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Lot 1: (American Art Union.) The Capture of Major Andre. Engraved print by Jones, Smillie, and Hinshelwood after a painting by A. B. Durand, 435x 520 mm sight size; moderate but uneven browning and foxing, slight dampstain in lower left corner; framed. New

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Description: (American Art Union.) The Capture of Major Andre. Engraved print by Jones, Smillie, and Hinshelwood after a painting by A. B. Durand, 435x 520 mm sight size; moderate but uneven browning and foxing, slight dampstain in lower left corner; framed. New York: American ArtUnion, 1846

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Lot 2: (American Art Union.) Marion Crossing the Pedee. Scene engraved by C. Burt after a painting by W. Ranney, 370 x 465 mm sheet size; fairly evenly toned overall, one fairly sharp crease across a portion of the image. Published by J. Dalton for the

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Description: (American Art Union.) Marion Crossing the Pedee. Scene engraved by C. Burt after a painting by W. Ranney, 370 x 465 mm sheet size; fairly evenly toned overall, one fairly sharp crease across a portion of the image. Published by J. Dalton for the American Art Union. New York, 1852

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Lot 3: (American Art Union.) Group of 6 black-and-white etchings(?) to illustrated The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, printed by Sarony & Major after drawings by F. 0 C. Darley for the American Art Union, each sheet approximately 325x 380 mm. New York, 1849

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Description: (American Art Union.) Group of 6 black-and-white etchings(?) to illustrated The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, printed by Sarony & Major after drawings by F. 0 C. Darley for the American Art Union, each sheet approximately 325x 380 mm. New York, 1849

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Lot 4: * (American Prints, Inc.) City of Detroit, Michigan, 1887 Hand- colored engraved print after W. J. Bennett, 440x 650 mm, wide margins nicely framed. New York: American Prints, 1941 E100-150 One of the better efforts by the American Prints Co., who

Description: * (American Prints, Inc.) City of Detroit, Michigan, 1887 Hand- colored engraved print after W. J. Bennett, 440x 650 mm, wide margins nicely framed. New York: American Prints, 1941 E100-150 One of the better efforts by the American Prints Co., who specialized in recreating 19th- century American vintage views.

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Lot 5: (American Revolution.) Independance des Etats-Unis. Hand-colored aquatint by L. Roger after a drawing by Jean Duplessis Berteaux, the aquatint in oval form and showing an American Indian standing next to a pedestal surmounted by portraits of Louis

Description: (American Revolution.) Independance des Etats-Unis. Hand-colored aquatint by L. Roger after a drawing by Jean Duplessis Berteaux, the aquatint in oval form and showing an American Indian standing next to a pedestal surmounted by portraits of Louis XVI, Franklin, and Waginston [sic], with engraved text beneath the oval, 250 x 170 mm plate size, wide margins; some foxing and browning, principally in themargins. Paris: Blin, circa 1785 E350-500 Interesting piece coupling the French monarch with America's Revolutionary heroes.

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