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Francis Weisel (Bedminster Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, ca. watercolor and ink on paper fraktur drawing of a flower tree, 9 x 7 Provenance: Alderfer Auction lot Ethel and Lloyd Weisel collection.

Fraktur drawing watercoloured on laid paper by Johann Adam Eyer, Pennsylvania, USA 1800-1820

Drawing of an American eagle, attributed to Johann Adam Eyer, probably Monroe County, Pa. Museum purchase with funds provided by the Henry Francis du Pont Collectors Circle

Overmantel oil on wood, Exeter, NH, c. 1800, Old Sturbridge Village, "By the Fireside" Exhibit | Skinner

Overmantel oil on wood, Exeter, NH, c. Old Sturbridge Village, "By the Fireside" Exhibit

Watercolor Fraktur | Sale Number 2838M, Lot Number 1057 | Skinner AuctioneersSOld for $27,060.

Watercolor Fraktur | Sale Number 2838M, Lot Number 1057 | Skinner AuctioneersSOld for $27,060.

Ehre Vater Artist (Carolinas, Virginia, and Pennsylvania, active 1782-1828), Northampton County - Price Estimate: $4000 - $6000

Ehre Vater Artist (Carolinas, Virginia, and Pennsylvania, active Northampton County ink and watercolor fraktur birth certificate for Michael

Fraktur is a highly artistic and elaborate illuminated folk art created by the Pennsylvania Dutch, named after the Fraktur script associated with it. Most Fraktur were created between 1740 and 1860.

Southeastern Pennsylvania ink and watercolor fraktur bookplate dated inscribed Yost Fulmer Presented to H. Fellman, 7 x

Oley Township Artist (Maker) Place of Origin: Berks, Pennsylvania, Mid-Atlantic, United States, North America 1800-1810

Oley Township Artist (Maker) Place of Origin: Berks, Pennsylvania, Mid-Atlantic, United States, North America

GIFT DRAWING/ Johann Adam Eyer (1755–1837), Pennsylvania, United States, 1819, watercolor and ink on paper, 4 7/8 × 2 7/8", collection American Folk Art Museum, anonymous gift, 2012.17.2 Photo credit: Barbara Huston.

GIFT DRAWING/ Johann Adam Eyer (1755–1837), Pennsylvania, United States, 1819, watercolor and ink on paper, 4 7/8 × 2 7/8", collection American Folk Art Museum, anonymous gift, 2012.17.2 Photo credit: Barbara Huston.

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