Attributed to David Cordier (Southeastern Pennsylv
Attributed to David Cordier (Southeastern Pennsylvania, active 1814-1819), ink and watercolor fraktur for Christina Ulrich, with central script surrounded by faces, birds, and tulips, 6 3/4" x 8". This is an exceedingly rare example by this artist. We have only sold one other, October 8th 2004, The Pioneer Collection of Dr. and Mrs. Donald Shelley, Lot 35. Accompanying this lot is a later ink bookplate made for her husband Zachariah Allbaugh in Dayton Ohio, dated1825, 7 3/4" x 8".
Unframed. Light stain top left. Some thin losses to edges. Provenance: descended in the family (detailed history available upon request).
Array ( [live_biddable] => [inquire] => [phone] => [phone_bid] => 0 [sold] => 1 [unsold] => [make_offer] => [estimate] => 1 [timer] => [current_bid] => [asking_bid] => [start_price] => 1 [buy_it_now_price] => [bid_activity] => )
Have a Similar Item?Consign With Us