Set of three Copenhagen architecture engravings on laid paper depicting three different buildings. The come ready to display in elegant frames with plaques reading " Commune Kobnhavn " as shown. Perfect to decorate an architect's office or similar. A C&J Honig watermark is visible when one of the engravings is held against the light. C&J Honig was a small Dutch paper mill also known as De Vergulde Bijenkopf (The Gilded Beehive) Mill in reference to Cornelis Jans Honig (Honig = Honey) who bought the mill in the year 1662. In very good used condition with minor imperfections as shown. Shipped fully insured with tracking number.
Measurements: Frames: 16" by 13" each approximately.
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