SOLD! for $512.00.
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Frederic-Auguste Bartholdi (France, 1834-1904), circular bronze bas relief plaque depicting the bust of an unknown and bearded male subject, wearing glasses and attired in a coat and bow tie. Signed and dated lower right "Bartholdi 1890". 15 1/2" diameter. Provenance: Private Chattanooga, TN collection, acquired through Ainsworth Noah in Atlanta many years ago; said to have been salvaged from a Paris building that was being torn down. Note: Bartholdi is the French sculptor best known for designing the Statue of Liberty. Private Chattanooga, TN collection. Condition: Formerly used outside; heavily weathered and oxidized with some slight denting to perimeter, back edge.