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Unprecedented Hurricane Recovery Sale

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Unprecedented Hurricane Harvey Recovery Sale
 
We are offering half off art priced up to $1000
when purchased with our exquisite custom framing.*Excludes maps
 
Much of Houston is still in recovery mode - physically, emotionally, and financially - and will be for some time.
The Antiquarium, while not flooded, is in the same boat (no pun intended).
We are offering this opportunity, not to be repeated, to help our clients and ourselves.
 
Sale ends October 8th.
 
 

Above: Featured piece from our unprecedented Hurricane Recovery Sale is Emmanuel Sweert's hand-colored copperplate engraving Hyacinthus printed in 1612. This regularly priced $900 engraving is offered at $450 when purchased with framing.

 

Featured piece from our unprecedented Hurricane Recovery Sale is Colin Campbell's copperplate engraving of the Royal Hospital at Greenwich printed in 1725. This regularly priced $750 engraving is offered at $375 when purchased with framing.

 

Featured piece from our unprecedented Hurricane Recovery Sale is George Edwards' hand-colored copperplate engraving of the Northern Hawk Owl printed in 1802. This regularly priced $450 engraving is offered at $225 when purchased with framing.

 

Featured piece from our Hurricane Recovery Sale is David Roberts' hand-colored lithograph of Askelon printed in 1842. This regularly priced $875 engraving is offered at $437 when purchased with framing.

 

Today's featured piece from our Hurricane Recovery Sale is Richard Doyle's hand-colored engraving of Fairy Prince in Love printed in 1870. This regularly priced $525 engraving is offered at $262 when purchased with framing.