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Nice Example of “Old Squaws” No. 2, a Dry Point by Frank W. Benson (1862 – 1951), circa 1918. “Old Squaws” No.2, a 5” x 10” Image, was done by Benson in 1918 in an Edition Size of 136. See John T. Ordeman’s Frank W. Benson: Master of the Sporting Print for both a view of the image and the information on Benson Etchings & Dry Points. This particular piece is from the Collection of Frank W. Benson by Descent through the Family. It is pencil Signed and has been framed in museum quality matting and Tru Vue Conservation Grade Clear Glass (99% UV Protection). The Overall Frame Size is 12 5/8” x 17”. Aside from some Minor Toning from Age (see the initial photo under large images), the Dry Point is in Excellent Original Condition. (Note that there are lighting flashes from the glass; they are not defects in the image.)

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Price $795 plus shipping


An 1826 New York State School Girl Sampler by Zorada Ransom (Jan. 27, 1814 – Dec. 15, 1903) completed when she was 13 years old living in Champlain, Clinton, New York. In 1842 she married George Dudley (June 16, 1807 – Feb. 2, 1860), Champlain, New York, who is listed as a Lumberman in the 1850 U.S. Census, with considerable assets for the time period. After George died, Zorada Dudley is listed as a Widow Keeping House in the 1880 U.S. Census, so George Dudley must have left Zorada enough money to survive until her death in 1903. Both individuals are buried in the Greenwood Cemetery in Champlain, New York. Within the border of the Sampler, there is an Undulating Vine Border with a House, Flower, Tree, and Square at each Corner. Within the Border are 3 Alphabets and Numbers, Her Age and Date for Completing the Sampler, and a Final Verse: “The End of Learning is to Know God and Love Him”. The Sampler is the Work of Silk on Linen in a Variety of Stitch Patterns. Measures: Sampler 12 ½” x 11 ¾”; with Frame 13 ¾” x 12 ¾”. Condition is Very Good with Minor Stains.

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Price $850 plus shipping


Beautiful 19th Century Walnut Knife Tray in Very Good Original Condition. Though it was found in New England, it may be either American or British in Origin. The Wood is Quite Appealing and the Finish is Untouched. This 17” x 10 ¾” Tray displays Canted Sides, Cut Nail Construction, a Nicely Rounded Base, and a Cleanly Formed Handle. The Bottom provides a good deal of information about the age of the tray; the Maker used Hand Scribed Lines to determine the edges of the sides and the Cut Nail use is suggested by the Form of the Filled Holes (see photographs). The Height of the Handle is 6 ½”, plus the ½” Bottom Board. Nice Piece for Display or Use.

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Raven’s Way is pleased to offer “Northern Encounter”, an Original Oil-on-Canvas by the Wildlife Artist Jorge Mayol, circa 1994. Mayol was born in Argentina in 1948 and immediately became interested in his native wildlife. He has studied with important wildlife artists in his home country and has traveled around the world studying and painting wildlife. He eventually moved to the United States to study native wildlife and is currently living in California. While this is the Original Oil-on-Canvas wrapped over board, the image has also been reproduced as a Limited Edition Print titled “The Lost Coast”. For this Original, the Image Size is 18 ½” x 10 ½”; Framed Size is 26” x 18 ½”.

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Price $950 plus shipping

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