Peace

December 15th, 2008 in member junk     
Meadowview_Farm Meadowview_Farm, member
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Peace by William Strutt
Close up...  And a little child shall lead them is written on the right side.
Peace by William Strutt

Peace by William Strutt


Dave & I went to this auction on Saturday -- and there sitting on a table waiting to be sold was this sweet little lithograph from the 1890's called "Peace".  I sat down and calmly shared that I would indeed be walking out with that sweetie in my hands.  The bidding was fierce, I set my jaw & didn't back down ---- Dave froze in shock!  Needless to say, it has come home to live at Meadowview Farm.  P.S. I still wish I could have captured the look on Dave's face as we bid & bid - that was priceless!!

Kari


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Comments (7)

EMnAustin writes: I inherited a wedding gift to Dr. WL Brown married in June 2, 1906 of Wm Strutt,Peace. It is in a nice frame. I would like to learn more about the painting and it's value.
Posted: 7:12 pm on December 22nd
Junkie writes: Had your peace litho appraised. Any idea worth without frame? I have one without frame. Very nice condition. Posted: 4:16 am on June 17th
Meadowview_Farm writes: Sue - yes, that look of "what is happening here?" is a universal look! Poor Dave - he knew this was beyond his control.
Candy - the frame is sweet - a few worn spots, but that just leads to the authenticity.
Snowmanhill - I know, isn't it wonderful. It has found a special & protected place in a step back cupboard in my living room.
Kari Posted: 1:45 pm on December 15th
SnowmanHill writes: Incredible photo, what a great find. Where are you going to display it?? Let us know! Posted: 12:33 pm on December 15th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: The print is amazing, but the frame is as equally amazing to me. Great job on the bidding war!

Candy Posted: 11:03 am on December 15th
suewhitney writes: Looks like you got a winner here! I don't need a picture of Dave's face (although it would be very funny) as I am using my vivid imagination right now and laughing out loud. I've seen the look before.

Take care,
Sue Posted: 10:26 am on December 15th
Meadowview_Farm writes: Just a note - when bidding against other dealers at auction - they usually set a mark to at least double their bid price in a resale. Usually I set my high end price based on keeping the item or selling the item. And then the bidding fun begins. Posted: 10:19 am on December 15th
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