This is a great piece. This is a stunning photograph of a full masted sailboat on a dead run with all sails at full. Dated within the blindstamp of the important 19th and 20th Century sailing photographer Charles Edwin Bolles. Eventually it was taken back to the east coast where it was used as an amusement park attraction until it became unusable and then eventually most of the interior was retired to the Mystic Museum. This is a wonderful large photograph measuring 18 x 22 inches. Overall very good condition. There are a few spots on the inside of the glass that might also be on the photograph. Then there are a couple of faint water spots along the side margins but nothing too bad. Really overall, a very good example of this important boat. Original black oak frame is complimentary and ready to hang. Also has the original wood slatted backing. Probably should be replaced with archival materials but thought I would leave that for the new owner. Really just a great presentation of this wonderful work. Do your own research on this photograph as well as the subject. About as good as you are going to get. Frame measures 21 1/2 x 25 1/2 inches. CHECK THE PICTURES ON THIS GREAT PIECE. DONT MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY. If you have any questions regarding the work, please dont hesitate to ask. Pictures are an excellent indication of condition. I guarantee and stand 100% behind everything I sell. No reason to open up any sort of cases. Just simply contact me and I will handle any and all problems.
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