20 September 2016
A RED, BLACK AND YELLOW BIRD: FRAKTUR DRAWING
JACOB HENLEY, POSSIBLY NORTHERN LANCASTER OR HUNTINGTON COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA, DATED 1819
inscribed Jacob Henly his/ Quill 1819 right center
3 ½ x 5 ½ in.
Sold, Reinholds, Pennsylvania
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Flanders Smith
Sold, Christie's, 3 June 1995, lot 154
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Frederick Sheely Weiser, Fraktur: Pennsylvania German Folk Art (Ephrata, 1973), p. 84.
Lancaster, Pennsylvania, The Heritage Center of Lancaster County, May - November 1979.
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