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Probably late Regency or 1820s. The set is mounted in three frames, a large one with six oriented as landscapes, each 7x5", and two smaller ones with one each oriented as portraits, at 5x7". The matting and framing is modern. The larger frame is 31x18", the two smaller frames are 12x18". The ink-and-watecolor drawings are unsigned and are mostly of scenes of the ruins in Pompeii. All of the drawings are in Near Fine condition, with no tears, spots or fading. Shipping cost includes the frames.
Washington, D.C. 1960. One mounted photograph, measuring 9 1/4" x 13 1/4", on which Robert A. Taft has inscribed his best wishes to the photographer, Abdon Ackad. Text to his signature is the commemorative stamp of Taft which used this very photograph. 'Sen Robert A. Taft / 4 cents stamp' is written on the rear. JK consignment.
1949. A heavily worn ONL (Frick) baseball that has been signed by 25 members of the 1949 Brooklyn Dodgers team. Notable signatures include Jackie Robinson, Roy Campanella, Gil Hodges, Pee Wee Reese, Duke Snider, Ralph Branca, Carl Furillo, Bill Cox, Burt Shotton, Erv Palica, Bruce Edwards and others. Some signatures are more legible than others. Pre-Certified by PSA/DNA. Shelved in LOCKED CASE #1.
Shahrokh Hatami, 1977. Limited Edition, 1/50. Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin, Egyptian President Anwar Al Sadat, and Israeli Foreign Minister Moshe Dayan at the Israel/Egypt peace talks in 1977. This was taken shortly after Sadat’s November 20th address to the Israeli Knesset. On November 19, 1977, an Egyptian Air Force plane landed at Ben-Gurion Airport, and the following day, Sadat visited the Knesset and delivered his historic speech, declaring: “I come to you today on solid ground, to shape a new life, to establish peace. We all, on this land, the land of God; we all, Muslims, Christians and Jews, worship God and no one but God.” Preceding this was the 13 days of tense and dramatic negotiations at Camp David from the 5 to 17 of September, 1978.; Shahrokh Hatami - Photographer: Life magazine published his coverage of the overthrow of democratically elected PM Mohammed Mossadegh and the restoration to power of the Shah in 1953. Twenty-five years later, Hatami shot dramatic images of street fighting during the Iranian Revolution of 1978-79, which overthrew the Shah. The Library of Congress acquired his coverage of this popular revolution. Hatami counted among his friends President’s Gamal Abdel Nasser and Anwar Sadat, Jordan’s King Hussein, and Saudi King Faicsal, along with various other Syrian and Lebanese political figures. He was present during the Israel/Egypt peace talks in 1977-1978, taking shots of Egyptian President Anwar Al Sadat and Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin. In frame, measures 19 1/2 x 24 inches.; consignment.