Pair of lovely antique, historic color engravings depicting Washington Headquarters (also known as the Ford mansion) and the Public Square both at Morristown, New Jersey.
Text on the pages reads as follows:
WASHINGTON'S HEAD-QUARTERS AT MORRISTOWN, N. J.
PUBLIC SQUARE AT MORRISTOWN, N. J.
We have seen similar engravings of (1) "Washington's Headquarters at Morristown, N. J." described as engraved by Joseph Andrews (1806-1873), after the drawing by William Croome (1790-1860) and dated c 1848; and of (2) "Public Square at Morristown, N.J.", described as belonging to the collection of New York physician Thomas Addis Emmet (1828-1919). They are beautifully framed in antique, matching bird's eye maple frames ready to display. In good used condition with toning, foxing and losses and imperfections to frames as shown. Shipped fully insured with tracking number.
Measurements: frames: 16 3/8" by 12 1/2"; visible image: Washington Headquarters: 8 3/8" by 5 1/8"; Public Square at Morristown NJ: 5 7/8 by 3" approximately.
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