This old motto poem, “Good Luck Father” is also an appropriate title for the print. The print shows a man in waders with a creel and net over his shoulder standing in the middle of a cascading river. He has a fish on the line and is trying to bring him in and with luck he’ll have fish for dinner. The poem reads; Here’s to a catch of happiness – Reeled in every day – And may you hook the kind of luck – that never gets away. The print is in its original thin metal frame with glass, or possible plastic, over the image. On the back is a cloth cord for a hanging device. Embossed on the cardboard back is; ArtMetal Co. Inc. Prov. R.I. There is also something above that but it is partially covered by the edge of the frame so I am unable to read it. I believe this is from the 1940’s or perhaps 1950’s.
It measures about 8” by 10” by only 3/16” thick and is in nice condition with minor wear. The glass is intact with no damage. There is minimal pitting and discoloration on the frame. The tassel on the cord if frayed and lightly soiled.
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