An antique Nathaniel Currier lithograph from, The Life of a Fireman Series, “Jump Her Boys, Jump Her”. Hand colored on paper with bright toning. Published in New York 152 Nassau Street. Signed (L. Maurer a German born lithographer & painter), inscribed (in-plate) “New York, Published by N. Currier 152 Nassau Street. Entered according to Act Of Congress in the year 1854 by N. Currier in the Clerks Office of the District Court of the Southern District of N.Y. It depicts the bell tower that burned down. The dimensions are 18 1/2″ x 25″, with the frame it is 25 1/2″ x 33 3/4”. It is in very good condition with a small pin prick hole above the tree line. Please call (419) 473-3373 for any questions.
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