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Hollowcut and stenciled silhouette of Augustia Wallace, Holland, Massachusetts, retaining an early decorated frame, 3 1/8'' x 2''. CONDITION Pencil inscription verso identifies sitter. Moderate staining. Provenance: The Collection of Glee Krueger, Needlework Scholar.

Hollowcut and stenciled silhouette of Augustia Wallace, Holland, Massachusetts, retaining an early decorated frame, 3 1/8'' x 2''. CONDITION Pencil inscription verso identifies sitter. Moderate staining. Provenance: The Collection of Glee Krueger, Needlework Scholar.

Philadelphia hollowcut silhouette, dated 1830, inscribed Mrs. Hannah Martin, 4 1/4'' x 3 1/4''. CONDITION Staining along left and bottom edge. Provenance: The Collection of Glee Krueger, Needlework Scholar.

Philadelphia hollowcut silhouette, dated inscribed Mrs. Hannah Martin, 4 x 3 CONDITION Staining along left and bottom edge. Provenance: The Collection of Glee Krueger, Needlework Scholar.

Two early silhouettes of George and Martha Washington, 6 1/2" high x 5" wide (George Washington), 6" high x 4 1/2" wide (Martha Washington). Provenance: from a Beverly, Massachusetts estate.

Two early silhouettes of George and Martha Washington, 6 high x wide (George Washington), high x 4 wide (Martha Washington). Provenance: from a Beverly, Massachusetts estate.

Early Reverse On Glass Silhouette Dr. Oliver Hubbard Silhouette Tallimit Art

Early Reverse On Glass Silhouette Dr.

Two Early Washington Silhouettes

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LIFE-SIZED SILHOUETTE OF SARAH (SALLY) WISTER (1761-1804) Philadelphia, pa, early 19th century, Inscribed, "Sarah Wister b. july 20, 1761. d. April 21, 1804 Daugh. of Daniel and Lowry Wister. author of Sally Wister's Journal of the Revolution." cut -out backed with black paper, framed. 17 in. x 10 3/4 in.

LIFE-SIZED SILHOUETTE OF SARAH (SALLY) WISTER (1761-1804) Philadelphia, pa, early 19th century, Inscribed, "Sarah Wister b. july 20, 1761. d. April 21, 1804 Daugh. of Daniel and Lowry Wister. author of Sally Wister's Journal of the Revolution." cut -out backed with black paper, framed. 17 in. x 10 3/4 in.

Christies: FOUR OVAL PORTRAIT SILHOUETTE MINIATURES, made by John Miers

Christies: FOUR OVAL PORTRAIT SILHOUETTE MINIATURES, made by John Miers

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