Posted 1 year ago
Have been lucky to subtle upon finding this antique calendar print from an estate that just has the upper portion of the calendar print of this Victorian Lady image. The calendar part has long been trimmed away.
Please notice that in the lower corners at the bottom that there is a gold swirl design, that appeared to have circled the lady image.
When we went to frame up this image, at the very bottom of the print was the letters that said: HAMMS COMPANY. Believe this is a rare image advertisement piece that is not readily found.
Is there some collector out there that can verify this piece and have additional information as to when this was produced, maybe whom the lady is, and what Hamms time frame or campaign they used? Any help would be most appreciated.
Antique chromolithograph picture print measures 14-1/8 inches wide by 17-3/8 inches high. The frame MAINTAINS ITS OLD ORIGINAL GLASS. OVERALL FRAME MEASURES 18-1/2 INCHES WIDE BY 21-1/2 INCHES HIGH, 2-1/2 INCH WIDTH OF FRAME.