Laster's Fine Art & Antiques

Winston-Salem, NC

Interested particularly in estates of high net worth and fine quality items - Collections professionally, discreetly and effectively sold since 1973 - Always interested in acquiring and accepting consignments of fine antiques

 

 

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"Improvisations" Artists Equity Fund, Inc. Presents Spring Fantasia Masquerade Ball, May 15, 1953, Hotel Astor. Limited Edition, 389 of 2000 copies. Color card covers bound by plastic comb-punched spine housing 66 original lithograph plates of full-page advertisements, each plate designed by many recognizable artists of the day: Milton Avery, Chaim Gross, Reginald Marsh and others each working directly onto lithograph plates creating original lithographs. Covers soiled, rubbed, bumped. Interior plates are fun and in nice condition. Interesting, rare item. 12" tall x 9 3/4" x 3/4" thick. - $500

 

Jazet: "La Chasse" and "Le Depart" Pair of Aquatint Etchings on Laid Paper, after Carle Vernet, ca. 1810. Toned, foxed and trimmed to the plate marks. "La Chasse" has three small margin tears which have been stabilized with archival filmoplast repairs. Sheets measure 8 3/4" x 10 5/8" and 8 7/8" x 10 3/4." Sold as a pair. - $150

 

Kaepplin & Co. (After Chenavard): Original Lithograph, ca. 1860, Paris. Measures 21" x 15 1/2." - $150

 

Kellogg & Comstock & Ensign & Thayer: "The Angler - Fishing For A Piece Worth Having" Original Hand-colored Lithograph, ca. 1850. Stains, foxing & toned overall and laid on cardboard. Measures 10 5/8" x 14 1/4" - $250

 

Ketterlinus, Philadelphia: Original Stone Lithographs from Bendires' North American Birds, 1892. These prints are priced and sold in pairs. Please contact us directly if you are interested in more prints from this book. - $110 for each pair.

 

J. G. Keulemans: "A Sore Sparrow Hark" Original Hand-Colored Lithograph, ca. 1880. Very lightly toned. Sheet measures 12 1/2" x 9 1/2." - $125

 

J. G. Keulemans: "Blackwinged Stilt" Original Hand-Colored Lithograph, ca. 1880. M & N Hanhart imp. Very lightly toned with some small tears in the bottom margin and top right corner. Sheet measures 12 1/2" x 9 1/2." - $100

 

J. G. Keulemans: "Chen Albatus" Original Hand-Colored Lithograph, ca. 1880. Mintern Bros imp. Very lightly toned. Sheet measures 12 1/2" x 9 1/2." - $100

 

N. Koike (?): Original Colored Etching, ca. 1970. #14/50. Matted at 10 3/4" x 9 1/4." - $175

 

Kurz & Allison: "Battle Of Wilson's Creek" Color Chromolithograph, 1893. Lithograph is laid down on cardboard with torn corners and margins. Light window toning; otherwise a nice image. Full sheet measures 21 1/2" x 27 1/2," window is 19 1/4" x 25 3/4." - $350

 

Paul Emile Lecomte: Original Pencil-Signed Lithograph, ca. 1930. Print is toned and laid on board; pencil-signed in the lower right corner. Window measures 19 3/4" x 23 1/2;" matting is 25 1/2" x 29 1/2." - $225

 

J. H. Le Keux: "West Window of Nave, York Cathedral" Hand-colored copperplate engravings after Frederick Bell. London: John Weale, 1844. Some foxing and light staining, mostly confined to the large margins. The sheets measure 20" x 14;" the plate-marks are 10" x 8." Sold as a pair. - $150

 

Clare Leighton: Fold-Out Christmas Card ca. 1930. Lightly toned and foxed with a faint vertical fold across the front cover. Card measures 4 3/4" x 5 3/4;" - $250

 

William Auerbach Levy: "Cecco" Original Signed Drypoint Etching. Foxing throughout. Plate is 8 3/4" x 5 1/4;" sheet is 12" x 8 3/4." - $175

 

(After) Gabriel Lory: "Chute Du Reichenbach Au Canton De Berne." Hand-Colored Aquatint Heightened With Gum Arabic, ca. 1815. There is some rubbing in the margins but the image itself is flawless. Sheet Measures 9 1/2" x 12 3/4." - $850

 

(After) Gabriel Lory: "Glacier Superieur et Inferieur du Grindelwald, Canton de Berne." Hand-Colored Aquatint Heightened With Gum Arabic, ca. 1815-1819. Full Sheet Measures 12 1/4" x 15." - $1200

 

(After) Gabriel Lory: Four Views on One Sheet: "Coblentz et Ehrenbreitstein," "Nouveau Rheinstein," "Les Ruines Hammerstein," "Les Ruines Furstenberg." Hand-Colored Aquatint Heightened With Gum Arabic, ca. 1815-1819. Paper is puckering on the left-hand side. Full Sheet Measures 12 1/4" x 15." - $950

 

(After) Gabriel Lory: Four Views on One Sheet: "Sternberg et Lieberstein," "Caub, Gutenfels et le Palatinant," "Les Ruines Stolzenfels," "Cologne." Hand-Colored Aquatint Heightened With Gum Arabic, ca. 1815-1819. Very Good Condition. Full Sheet Measures 12 1/4" x 15." - $950

 

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