Maker: Coolidge / Mansfield
Antique illustration from A History and Description of New England Vol. 1 by Austin Jacobs Coolidge and John Brainard Mansfield, 1859. This page has an engraving of a scene at the top of Mount Washington in New Hampshire with descriptive text. This image features the original Tip-Top House, with visitors on horse-back and some even standing on the roof of the house. The text can be folded under a mat when framing. Could be hand-colored by our professional colorist for $20. Could be matted for $15. Please contact us if you are interested in matting or coloring. Very good antique condition with mild toning that is darker at the page edges and paper loss along lower right side without affecting image or text. Image measures approx. 3.5 x 4.5 inches and the page measures approx. 10 x 6.25 inches. Note: any "rainbows" or strange patterns in the image are called moire pattern- caused by taking a digital photo or scan of the many parallel lines in the print- these are not in the print and we can try to take more photos if you are concerned.
Item Number: NHA419