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    Louis C. Tiffany Signed Photograph. A sepia image, 8.5" x 10.75", appearing to be one of a series given an ID number in the upper right corner. Shown are two jewel-studded swords and an equally ornate saber pouch. The lower margin carries Tiffany's name both in pencil and again as a handstamped impression. Louis Tiffany was a scion of the great New York family whose name has become synonymous with luxury goods. Louis, having studied art and design, was instrumental in making fine glassware one of Tiffany's mainstays. This photograph was perhaps taken during one of Louis Tiffany's numerous trips abroad. Light soiling. Fine condition. Mounted in frame to 18.0" x 21.0" overall. Accompanied by LOA from PSA/DNA.

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    February, 2006
    20th-21st Monday-Tuesday
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