Sixth Plate



D17-105    Terms of Sale

ONCE UPON HIS TIME . . . Horrible hands made that obvious scratch that doesn’t disappear. There are mold spiders and oxidation scattered on the effervescent silver. The man’s casual resealed pose is incongruous to his hard eyes and unfriendly expression, hence the reasons why I liked him. However, I am wondering if he used sheep shears and a shaving mirror to “trim” his hair prior to visiting his maker circa 1847? That was one rough cut for sure! The sixth sized leather case is intact.

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