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Color Prints by Currier & Ives (2)

Color Prints by Currier & Ives (2)

A) Miss Woodford, with James McLaughlin up standing to left. The mare was a champion in each of her five years in the sport. The matted print dated 1884 measures 13 1/8" X 17." The sheets prepared by the famous printmaker did not fit a standard frame size, and the majority of prints were trimmed, normally to 10 X 14 to fit their frames. This print of a Hall of Fame racehorse is in excellent condition with no tears or repairs, but does have a mat burn completely covered by matting.B) Harry Bassett by J, Cameron, 1871. The Hall ofFamer is nicely framed with thedimensions 21" L X 18" W. The horse is racing to the right with jockey James Rowe aboard. Rowe later became one of America's most famous personalities. He was the U.S. champion jockey from 1871-1873 and became a trainer after weight became a problem. Rowe's accomplishments as a trainer will be difficult to exceed. He developed 34 champions and ten Hall of Fame racehorses. The fram and print are also in excellent condition.

Past Sports Card, Memorabilia, Non-Sports Card and Collecitble Auction Items

Other past auction items that may be of interest to you.

Red Pollard's Seabiscuit Saddle
Red Pollard Signed 1940 Santa Anita Handicap Victory Photo
Charles Howard Signed Sea Biscuit Print
Red Pollard in his Tragic 1938 Spill
Seabiscuit and Trainer Tom Smith (1937)
Kentucky Derby - Churchill Downs
Seabiscuit v. Ligaroti (1938)
Seabiscuit v. Kayak II (1940)