Up for Sale is a marvelous pair of antique hand-colored French Etchings.
One is titled "Due d'un foulon et du fort des fées" and the other titled "Vue de la colonne de Cussy".
Both etching comes with the mark A.P.D.R., which means "Avec privilège du Roi", an inscription on a print indicating official registration in France, used between 1686 and 1790.
Dimensions: framed, 7.5" W x 9.75 H
Etchings come framed, but it would be wise to add an acid-free mat board and an anti-UV frame glass to protect the prints from light and age.
Some water damage on the edge of one of the papers. Does not effect print.
What a pair of beautiful decorative pieces!
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18th Century Hand-Colored French Etchings