SOLD! Vanity Fair Print by Spy The Soldier Who Couldn't Draw His Sword Framed

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Vanity Fair Print by Spy The Soldier Who Couldn't Draw His Sword Frame

Major - General Sir Henry Marshman Havelock

By Sir Leslie Mathew Ward also Known as SPY Published by Vanity fair

March 29, 1879 Lithograph by Vicent Brooks Day & Son

The frame is in good condition and is more recent than the print, the print has age related foxing, as it can be seen in the photos.

 Please see detailed photos for complete condition report

The frame is 48.9 cm x 34.4 cm 

(19.3" x 13.5")

unpacked weight: 1372 grams

internal ref: WCC4830

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All our items are Vintage, Antiques and previously used, unless stated otherwise. So some wear marks are to be expected. We always try to describe our items accurately and will always point out any wear or usage marks

Photos: We don't use stock photos, all photos provided are from the item you are purchasing. Sometimes the photo studios/ Lightbox lights reflect on the object, this is not damage.

We use photos as an additional condition report, so please study them carefully before buying. Old things are rarely perfect and have been used and pre loved.

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United Kingdom: We will try to use Royal Mail whenever is possible, for large parcels and heavy parcels we will use ParcelForce or DPD .Occasionally we might use Hermes/Evri parcels with odd measurement. We will never use Hermes/Evri for Fragile Parcels.

All measurements are approximate.