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Posted 4 years ago


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found this picture a while ago i cant find out if it is a picture or painting,or just a plain old print. left top hand corner it says CONTAGION,right handbottom corner it says corr s ullman mfg co. ny,very small letters,also left bottom it says ou mayer. noticed that there are 2 horses,2 cows,2 rabbitts,and 2 people each heads touching. i have no will be app

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  1. blue721, 4 years ago
    to pop-abides added more detail to picture, last night i just tried to get pic out there, that was unacceptable once i looked at pic .
  2. Esther110 Esther110, 4 years ago
    Now that's better! Thanks for changing the pics. This is so pretty!
  3. rocker-sd rocker-sd, 4 years ago
    Circa 1900 novelty print. Really! Don't mind Pops he's our local curmudgeon.
  4. Esther110 Esther110, 4 years ago
    I have a feeling (gut) that it may come from here:

    It looks like a contagious disease prevention campaigne leaflet print...okay, I'm sure there's a shorter way to say that...but I can't think of it right now...
  5. blue721, 4 years ago
    is it worth any cash
  6. blue721, 4 years ago
    oh and the pic is backwards, i keep taking pic from web cam sorry and thank for your help
  7. Pop_abides Pop_abides, 4 years ago
    I wasn't meaning to be mean but what I saw first time just floored me...Sorry !
  8. Esther110 Esther110, 4 years ago
    Blue, I have no idea if it is worth anything. You may want to check the link I gave you to find out.
    FYI, most of us aren't experts. We are collectors changing impressions and different degrees of knowledge and/or websurfing expertise.
    The hard, boring search is up to the owner of the item... ;)
    One thing though, the guy's clothing is not 1900s, more like midcentury.
    When I saw the first pic you posted yesterday, I thought it might be James Dean...but nope, it's

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