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Item & Subject-Matter: Antique ca. 1800s to early-1900s hand-colored “The Shakspere Jubilee at Stratford-Upon-Avon” etching/engraving print (“Shakspere” is actually spelled this way on the print itself).
***ACQUIRED FROM THE ESTATE OF A BRITISH ART ANTIQUARIAN DEALER
***Descriptive Terminology of Imagery depicted: William Shakespeare; Festival/Jubilee/Fair/Event; Renaissance-Era; Town/City; Waving Banners/Flags/Pennants; Coats-of-Arms; People; Dogs; Shopkeepers; Militia/Military Men/Naval Officers-Admirals/British Fleet; Horses; Powdered Wigs; Parade; Street Scene; Ladder; Sign-Hanging/Hanger; Clocktower; Literature; Seaford; England/Great Britain/United Kingdom; Buildings/Houses; Taverns/Inns; Fruit/Vegetable Cart; Benches; Chalkboard; High Fashion/Costumes
Identification/Markings: Captioned beneath the Image reads “The Shakspere Jubilee at Stratford-Upon-Avon”.
Format: Matted antique engraving/etching print.
Age Period: Antique - ca. mid-to-late-1800s/very-early-1900s
Size/Measurements: Matting - 14"W x 12"H; Print - 12 & ½"W x 9 & ½"H
Condition: Excellent, retaining indescribably vibrantly colorful and vividly crisp imagery; evincing no excess markings, water damage, or odors of any kind, with only the faintest handful of not-unusual (given its antique age and ephemera paper status) modest and minimally noticeable soil specks and age coloration spots.