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NAIVE SCHOOL (19th C. Canadian)

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NAIVE SCHOOL (19th C. Canadian)

Lot 2091 Details

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MANITOWANING, MAY 18TH 1882 titled on lower margin. watercolour on paper, Paper size: 14 3/4" x 22" / 37.5cm x 56cm Framed: 21 1/2" x 27 3/4" / 54.5cm x 70.5cm The Manitoulin, of the Great Northern Transit Company, was built in 1880 as the main ferry ship running between Manitowaning Bay and Collingwood, Ontario. According to the Messenger Paper, "Theday was proclaimed a holiday" when it first launched. On May 18th the steamer went up in flames and was completely destroyed.
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NAIVE SCHOOL (19th C. Canadian)

Estimate CA$600 - CA$800
Dec 02, 2015
Starting Price CA$300
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2091: NAIVE SCHOOL (19th C. Canadian)

Sold for CA$500
10 Bids
Est. CA$600 - CA$800Starting Price CA$300
CANADIAN & INTERNATIONAL FINE ART AUCTION
Wed, Dec 02, 2015 07:00 PM
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Lot 2091 Details

Description
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MANITOWANING, MAY 18TH 1882 titled on lower margin. watercolour on paper, Paper size: 14 3/4" x 22" / 37.5cm x 56cm Framed: 21 1/2" x 27 3/4" / 54.5cm x 70.5cm The Manitoulin, of the Great Northern Transit Company, was built in 1880 as the main ferry ship running between Manitowaning Bay and Collingwood, Ontario. According to the Messenger Paper, "Theday was proclaimed a holiday" when it first launched. On May 18th the steamer went up in flames and was completely destroyed.

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