SOLD! for $1,416.00.
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1st Item: Samuel Spode (UK, 1798-1872) Oil on canvas painting of dark chestnut horse in a paddock, signed lower center, "Pd. by S. Spode". Unframed. Canvas: 26-1/2" H x 30" W. Mid-19th century. Sam Spode is known for horse and dog portrait painting, equestrian genre. 2nd Item: Harry Lyman horse engraving, "Brighton", 1886, with lineage and inscribed, "Will make the season of 1887 at Ashwood Stables seven miles west of Columbia, Maury Co. Tenn. at $25 the season." Sight – 14" H x 14 1/2" W. Framed- 15 1/2" H x 16" W. 3rd Item: WALLACE, J.H. American Trotting Register, Containing the Pedigrees of Trotting Horses, Their Ancestors and Descendants, with a Record of the Performances for the Year 1874, not heretofore Published, Vol. III. Published at the office of Wallace's Monthly, New York, 1879, 761 pages, green linen bound cardboard cover, Van Polk graphite signature on frontispiece and title page. 9-3/4" H x 6-3/4" W x 2" D. All items 19th century. Provenance: The estate of Jean A. Yeatman and Harry C. Yeatman, formerly of Hamilton Place Plantation (near Columbia, Tennessee). CONDITION: 1st Item: Temporary stretcher and canvas adhered with tacks. 2" x 1/2" slice lower right of horse. 5/8" L tear upper left corner to right of roof. 1/2" tear left upper edge. Overall craquelure, abrasions and surface grime. Approximately 10 small holes or punctures, largest 1/8" x 1/8". 2nd Item: Significant foxing. 4-1/2" loss of paper upper left corner; loss left center edge. Tear across center and right lower quadrant. 3rd Item: Water damage, few holes and grime to cover. Cover is loose from spine. Toning to paper. Insect damage.