Lot 2460    

Ox Team & Four-Horse Stagecoach Photographs
12/6/2012 - American History: TIMED Auction - ends 12/17
Lot of two photographs:

One 3.5" x 4.5" albumen print showing a four-horse stagecoach team, on a 7.75" x 9.75" mount lacking any imprints or inscriptions.

One 4.75" x 7" unmounted print showing a ten-oxen team pulling two full wagons, with a high desert camp and a line of mountains in the background, titled in pencil on verso Ox Train Near Trinidad, Colo.


Condition:  
First with minor yellowing. Second with a 2" vertical tear at lower left.
Sold: $105.75
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