This is a vintage print, adhered to the glass, of a child who has been saved from the water by their dog. It is titled "Saved" at the bottom center. At the lower left is "Published by J.I. Austen & Co., Chicago," in business in the early 1900's. At the lower right is the word "Copyright."

It is in a wood frame with brass ornamental attachments at each corner. As mentioned, the print is attached to the glass covering. It has a cardboard backing and a wire piece for hanging.

Size: The frame measures approximately 7 ½ inches tall and 9 ½ inches wide.

Condition: I note some bubbles in the older glass, as well as various scrapes to the gold paint on the frame.

An unusual piece, not seen often.

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Vintage Print on Glass of Child with Dog Titled Saved


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