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Ships Antarctic of New York, Capt. Stouffer, and Three Bells of Glasgow, Capt. Creighton Rescuing the Passengers and Crew from : THE WRECK OF THE STEAM SHIP "SAN FRANCISCO."

  • ARTIST: James Edward Buttersworth

  • PUBLISHER: New York, published by N. Currier, 152 Nassau Street.

  • MEDIUM: Two-color lithograph, handcolored,

    DATE: 1854

  • EDITION SIZE: Large folio - image size 17 1/8 x 25 5/8" (43.5 x 65.1 cm).

  • DESCRIPTION: Original Best Fifty #26.<br><br> Paint. by F. E. Butterworth [sic]. Lith. by N. Currier. <br><br> Title continues "Disabled on Her Voyage from New York to San Francisco Dec. 24. 1853 and in a Sinking Condition. : The Bark "Kilby" of Boston, Capt. Low had Previously Fallen in with the Wreck, and Taken off a Part of the Passengers, but During a Gale in the Night was Separated and Could not Regain it."

  • ADDITIONAL INFO:

  • CONDITION: Good condition and color with wide margins, toning in outer margins mostly top right area. A beautiful and rich impression of this great print.

  • REFERENCE: Conningham #5492.