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Phone: (316) 634-1877

Tim's notes regarding the status of Philip R. Goodwin items listed on this page-last changes made on: (February 28, 2015)

I have finished listing (3) Philip R. Goodwin Preliminary SKETCHES (color) and a series of PENCIL/CHARCOAL sketches that were from his Sketch book. I have many Sketches of Bears, but also other animals (Puma, Porkupine, Elephant, Lioness, Fox, Elk, Moose, many landscapes. There are several different sketches that don't include animals : Pioneer Houses, Barns, Hunting Lodges, and some TOWN scenes etc. Some SKETCHES (or portions of a drawing) are on both sides. Some of these Drawings have a BORDER drawn around them and you can easily recognize the classic Goodwin scene that resulted!

I have a very good ROA (Record of Authenticity), with Notary signature from his direct decendent. THis includes a short history of these pieces and Philip R. Goodwin's direct Decendents' signature is shown on most of them. Others are signed or dated by Philip R. Goodwin himself!

Most importantly there is a undiscovered and unpublished STORY "How TOM rescued his father from the Sioux-A Story of the Frontier" by Philip R. Goodwin dated 1897. I have also listed another letter that Philip R. Goodwin wrote back home to his older brother (RAYMOND) and it is also dated 1897. Philip R. Goodwin was only 16 years old at that time.

I also listed several BRONZE SCULTPTURES for sale, including a very RARE one, the only one cast during Philip's lifetime

I still have many, many Philip R. Goodwin Puzzles for sale, but they are not listed yet!. I have WOOD Puzzles, Figural, cardboard and TUCO type puzzles, many of which are in their original box. Call if you need any, but it will be some time yet, before I get them all listed!

Please call or email me for additional information, there are too many Drawings to list, these are just representive of what I have accumlated over a life time of Collecting all types of MEDIA by Philip .R. Goodwin. This is a on-going process, it will take some time to complete!

tim@thewinchesterstore.com
Phone: (316) 634-1877

PHILIP R. GOODWIN-(August 16, 1881-December 4, 1935)-items for sale!

I have a FLAW in my HTML programming for this page-(I do all my own work!). The INFORMATION is CORRECT and ACCURATE, just harder to READ! I am working on the problem but please call or email me, and perhaps I can help you with the TEXT!

"Philip R. Goodwin-Water Colors-Preliminary SKETCHES"

Original WATER COLOR-similar to "Men of Mettle"-by Philip R. Goodwin-signed in the lower right corner (a G in a cirle). On the back it is noted "Phil used (G in circle) as trademark in some of his early paintings". It has been well documented that Philip R. Goodwin elvoved his signature over time, and this was a early signature.

Size is 6.5 inches in Height x 8.5 inches wide) in a custom black wood frame, that is double sided to show the notation on the reverse! I can provide additional pictures if needed.

$9,500

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Original WATER COLOR (two men in birchbark canoe)-a classic scene by Philip R. Goodwin-signed in the lower left corner "PrGxxx (the entire signature is incomplete. One of his most famous scenes, the sketch is complete within the outlined border/a little unusual! Size is 7 inches High x 9 inches wide), in a custon black wood frame. I can provide additional pictures if needed.$9500

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Original WATER COLOR (Mountain Lake/Landscape)-on artist board, by Philip R. Goodwin-You can see examples of these Landscapes in Larry Peterson's book on PRG-pp.78. Size is 6 inches HIGH x 7.7 inches wide, in matching custom wood frame. Has FULL PHIIP R. GOODWIN signature in the lower RIGHT CORNER. I can provide additional pictures if needed.$3500

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a STORY (9 pages) written and illustrated by "Philip R. Goodwin" (dated 1897)-when he was 16 years old and away at school!

(dated 1897)-story #1-A rare and early, Original STORY written by Philip R. Goodwin in his youth (he was only 16 years old!). The PROVENANCE is a signed and dated letter by a direct decendent of Philip R. Goodwin. This letter was handed down from her GRANDMOTHER (Neva Long), passed to her mother (K.G. Hamblin), to the person selling and signing the LETTER. The Grandmother was married to Theodore Raymond Goodwin, the only living (and older) BROTHER of Philip R.Goodwin. She further decribes in detail, the date of death of her Grandfather and then of the Grandmother herself (at the age of 100). All these sketches, water colores etc. were passed down to the direct dedcendents, never leaving the Goodwin family's possession.

The 8 page CARBON COPY Type Written story is dated 1897, entitled "How Tom Rescued his Father from the Sioux"-A Story of the Frontier-by P.R.GOODWIN. Goodwin wrote this story in his youth, while attending (what he called DRAWING SCHOOL) in Providence, R.I. (the Rhode Island SCHOOL of DESIGN). He referred to the story in one of the family letters and thanked his mother for typing it up for him. It is believed that this carbon copy story was typed up by ELLA WILLOUGHBY RAYMOND GOODWIN in 1897 (his Mother and she kept this to the last as one of her favorite memories!

The signed and dated Letter of Provenance has the following description of artwork:

1. Appromiately 7 x 8.5 inch original water color of two figures on horseback. Signed in INK, lower right corner "P.R.Goodwin-'97". In pencil at the bottom, it reads "A bullet whizzed by Tom's ear."

2-Carbon copy of story dating from 1897, entitled "HOW TOM RESCUED HIS FATHER FROM THE SIOUX. A Story of the Frontier. By P.R. Goodwin. Eight pages in length". Very early in Goodwin's life!

These pictures are very fuzzy, I can provide better ones!

$8500

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The illustration of the two men on horse back was made to accompany the story. The original watercolor is 7 inches High x 8 inches wide. Signed in ink, towards the lower right corner "P.R.GOODIN-97. In pencil at it reads "A bullet whizzed by Tom's ear!" What a Outstanding find-a very early PRG story with signed illustration and with the background of the piece, as told by his decendents! See additional information above!

These pictures are very fuzzy, I can provide better ones!

$6500

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a LETTER (4 fold) written, illustrated and dated (Feb.28, 1897)-by "Philip R. Goodwin"-he was 16 years old and away from home attending the "Rhode Island School of Design".

(Feb.28, 1897-Prov.R.I.)/Letter #1-extremely rare and resently discovered ,and offered FOR SALE! A ORIGINAL LETTER from Philip R. Goodwin to his OLDER (and only living) brother. Hand written in the style of that era.., a single sheet of (9" high x 7" wide) brown paper that has a pattern. PRG is writing to his OLDER brother (Ray-who was a successful bicyclist) about his bicylce and talking about the "NEW" models "a '97 Whilten"(sic) and a "'97 Pierce". THe letter is folded twice and all the panels have writing (very clear curser style-neatly done).

There are two very strong colored BIKES/one of them with a rider. The bike (without the rider), has a penciled notation "'97 Spaulding". This letter was written exactly one week before a Feb.21, 1897 letter that appears on page 7 of the Larry Len Peterson book on PHILIP R. GOODWIN "America's Sporting & Wildlife Artist". The pictures of the BIKES, the handwriting, the paper etc. are exactly the same. Remember Philip R. Goodwin is only 16 years old when he wrote this letter. In MINT CONDITION!

These pictues are very fuzzy and of poor quality, I can provide better ones if needed!

$8500

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signed by-"Philip R. Goodwin"-Water Colors, Landscapes and Preliminary pencil/ink SKETCHES"

Over my lifetime of collecting anything by the famed artist "Philip R. Goodwin" I purchased/collected anything by PRG. I have sold some of the SPORTING ART, but I never have offered for sale before any of my collection of his most personal work. These Sketches, watercolors, pencil/charcoal drawing are seldom offered and it took many a year to accumilate these!

All of the following WATERCOLORS, SKETCHES, Pencil/charcoal drawing come with FULL PROVENANCE. A individual LETTER signed and dated (by the direct decendent of Philip R. Goodwin) Which contains a specfic descripion of the item. Also there is a noterized letter (C.O.A.), by a direct decendent of Philip R. Goodwin).

(Landscape #1)-in color, on thick SKETCH paper- signed by Philip R. Goodwin and dated "99"-from his series of SKETCHES (size 5 inches wide x 7 inches high) See C.O.A. as above plus a individual letter from the direct decendent which states this description of artwork: "Watercolor landscape in predominantly greens and brown. Signed in the lower left "P.R.Goodwin 99." This would be a early work by the artist. In MINT CONDITION. These pictures are blurry, I need to redo them!$3500

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(Landscape #2)-in color, on thick SKETCH paper-signed by Philip R. Goodwin and dated "97"-from his series of SKETCHES (size 5 inches wide x 7 inches high) See C.O.A. as above plus a individual letter from the direct decendent which states this description of artwork: "Watercolor Landscape in predominantly greens and browns. Signed in the LOWER RIGHT "P.R.Goodwin 97". This would be a very early work by the artist. In MINT CONDITION! These pictures are blurry, I need to redo them!$3500

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(Sketch #1 of 7 individually signed)-(SIDE #1-a complete pencil sketch of FULLY GROWN GRIZZLEY BEAR in the sitting postion- Front and rear feet/legs and butt on the ground. Signed "Philip R. Goodwin" (full signature in the lower right corner)

(SIDE #2-shows pencil sketch of the HEAD of a TOMAHAWK or LARGE AXE. Size (4.75 inches wide x 5.25 inches High).

The individual letter by the direct decendent states the following description of artwork: "Approximately 5 x 5.25 inch pencil sketch on brown paper. Subject of sketch is a bear. Signed in the lower right "Philip R. Goodwin".

In MINT CONDIITON! These pictures where taken in poor light, I can provide better closeups, just inquire! The second photo is the most clear and shows the true colors/shading of the pencil/charcoal.

$2500

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(Sketch #2 of 7)-a complete pencil SKETCH of a BEAR with all fours on the ground, facing front and his two front paws appear to be holding something. The bear has been completely sketched/colored-in with pencil/charcoal. Image size is 3" wide x 3" tall. Signed in the lower right corner P.R.G. '07 (one of his early signatures).

The REVERSE SIDE shows a faint outline pencil sketch of young bear, featuring his front two feet and head! The individual letter by the direct decendent states the following description of artwork: "Appromimately 5x6 inch charcoal sketch on paper. Subject of sketch is a bear. Signed in lower right "P.R.G. '07."

In MINT CONDITION-can take additional picutres, just inquire.

$2400

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(Sketch #3 of 7)-(SIDE #1-shows a complete pencil SKETCH of a BEAR with all fours on the ground facing front. His two front paws appear to be holding something, and his RIGHT hind leg is sticking out to the side-similar to the picture on page 29 of Peterson's book, but its the OPPOSITE LEG. Signed in the lower right corner "P.R.G. '07" (one of his early signatures).

The REVERSE SIDE shows a faint outline pencil sketch of Adult bear's HEAD and also a BEAR FRONT PAW. The actual image size of the bear on the front side is 4 inches x 3 inches. The individual letter by the direct decendent states the following description of artwork: "Appromimately 4.5 x 6.5 inch pencil sketch on paper. Subject of sketch is a bear. Signed in lower right "P.R.G. '07."

In MINT CONDITION-can take additional pictures, just inquire. Again the second photo is the most representive of its condition and color.

$2200

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(Sketch #4 of 7)-a complete Pen and INK drawing of AIRDALE DOG, cured up and resting on the floor. This would be Philip R. Goodwin's personal dog and constant companion. This dog is seen in many his Illustrations. A airdale dog can be seen on pages 187 and 189 of Peterson's book. Signed in the lower right corner/full signature in pencil-"Philip R. Goodwin".

The REVERSE side is Blank! The individual letter by the direct decendent states the following description of artwork: "Approximately 5.5 x 8 inch pen and ink drawing on paper. Subject of sketch is a dog. Signed in the lower right "Philip R. Goodwin"

In MINT CONDTION, one of my favorites, The artist shows great detail in this drawing, it's a great piece! Drawn on heavier cardboard material!

$SOLD

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(Sketch #5 of 7)-a complete pencil/charcoal drawing of IMMATURE BEAR, Erect on all fours and walking away. Unusual depiction of the young BEAR, all the features are fully depictied! Signed by Philip R. Goodwin (as the CAPITAL LETTER "G" in a circle). This was one of the signatues that he used in his earlier days.

The individual letter by the direct decendent states the following decription of the artwork: "Approxmiatley 6x8.5 inch pencil sketch of a walking bear, done on brown paper. Signed in the lower right with the artist's inital "G" in a circle. The photo's are a little out of focus!

$1800

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(Sketch #6 of 7)-4 different poses in pencil by Philip R. Goodwin-signed in pencil in the lower right corner "goodwin '07".

The individual letter by the direct decendent states the following decription of the artwork: "Approxmiatley 6x7.5 inch pencil sketch bears, in different aspects, from different angles. Signed in the lower right with "Goodwin '07".

$1800

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(Sketch #7 of 7)- Large BLACK BEAR lying on the ground with his paws holding some bones he is crewing on. Colored completely in Percil/Charcoal-with full signature of Philip R. Goodwin and the date "1900". This would be a very early date, about the time he is finishing his schooling at Brandywine!

The individual letter by the direct decendent states the following decription of artwork: Approximately 4x6.5 inch sketch of bear, in pencil and charcoal. Signed in the lower right with "PHILIP R. GOODWIN 1900"

These are out of FOCUS, I can provide more!

$2500

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"Philip R. Goodwin-Preliminary pencil/charcoal Sketches (taken directly from his Sketch Book, by the GOODWIN family)."

These pencil/charcoal DRAWINGS are on browish drawing paper of at least two different thickness. THE SKETCHES THEMSELVES ARE VERY HARD TO PHOTOGRAPH IN SHARP DETAIL, ALMOST ALL ARE MUCH CLEARER AND IN BETTER SHAPE THAN I CAN SHOW WITH MY LIMITED PHOTOGRAPHIC SKILLS. CALL OR EMAIL, I CAN TRY TO GET BETTER PICTURES FOR YOU. THESE ARE VERY RARE ITEMS! They shows some rough edges (as they were torn out of the SKETCH PADS/BOOKS (by the P.R.GOODWIN family) then distributed among the relatives and eventually sold as INDIVIDUAL SKETCHES to collectors, including myself!

Since Philip R. Goodwin would have HAND DRAWN these sketchs in the field (as he saw them), the conditions sometimes were less than ideal and the cardboard was stained, torn and wrinkled by the nature of being in the weather and constant use! These are highly prized and his ORIGINAL OILS, WATERCOLORS and other MEDIA, would NOT have the DETAIL, if the artist couldn't have referred to these sketches to sharpen his memory/work. Remember this is 1899-1920's timeframe, long before the compact camera's and motion picture equipment that is available to the modern artist!

These pencil/charcal drawings- are Sketches, some 75 or more which were taken directly by Philip R.Goodwin's field SKETCH PADS!

All of the SKETCHES, and Pencil/charcoal drawings come with FULL PROVENANCE. Includes a individual LETTER signed and dated (by the direct decendent of Philip R. Goodwin) Which descipes these pieces:

"LETTER of PROVENANCE"

"The following original works of art by Philip Russell Goodwin was kept by his family and descendants until the above-stated date, When is was transferred to Tim MeLcher of Grove, Oklahoma.

"Description of artwork": 1.Approximately 75 pencil sketches by Philip R. Goodwin. These sketches are from various sketchpads and are different sizes and shapes, ranging for approx. 3x5 inches to 8x10 inches. All the sketches are unsigned by the artist, but have been handed down solely within his family and I have signed each sketch personally to cerify that the sketches are Goodwin's. On each sketch it reads "Sketch by Philip R. Goodwin", followed by my signature, Victoria McDaniel.

The next two parapgraphs continue to list the history of how these sketches were passed down the generations and have NEVER left the GOODWIN family.

A copy of this LETTER will be furnished with each SKETCH!"

(Sketch #1)-very detailed Pencil Drawing (a tree trunk with branches/look like a Fir tree-Douglas Fir perhaps?)/the REVERSE is BLANK!-by Philip R. Goodwin-from his series of SKETCHES (size 7.5"wide x 9" high). See C.O.A. as above.$450

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(Sketch-#2)-Four different views of an ELEPHANT-(Full standing-head with trunk-side viewof Head, ears and Trunk-opposite view of Head, ears and trunk). (Reverse is Blank-signed by direct decendent! Much of Goodwin's sketches of African game, came from his illustrations of African Hunting books, the most prominent being "AFRICAN GAME TRAILS"$550

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(Sketch #3 and #3a)-front view/FULL DETAILED drawing of Pioneer home with attached Barn with Large sliding DOOR.)-(Reverse/shows full double OXEN brace-and signed by direct decendent!)- by Philip R. Goodwin. Possibly used in connection with one of the early books that Philip R. Goodwin illustraded that featured early PIONEER living!$1250

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(Sketch #4 and #4a)-(front view/large full detailed pencil sketch of INDIAN WAR BONNET with the red and green colors noted and another incomplete figure of a standing Indian figure)-(REVERSE/shows 3 different views of a man on steep slope-signed by direct decendent). By Philip R. Goodwin. Perhaps used in early books that PRG illustrated.$1150

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(Sketch #5)-this fully detailed pencil drawing shows a rarely known scene in a big city (shows STREET LAMPS-people sitting on PARK BENCHES-larger BUILDINGs)-perhaps this outside his NEW YORK Apartment, where Philip R. Goodwin lived out the later days of life.More research needs to be done to determine the dating of the sketch! The REVERSE is blank and it is signed by the direct decendant!$SOLD

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(Sketch #6)-Very Large BEAR sleeping with paw over nose. The REVERSE is blank and it is signed by the direct decendant.$450

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(Sketch #7)-3 different views of FOX, quite unusual-by Philip R. Goodwin. The Reverse is blank, signed by direct decendent.$900

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(Sketch #8 and #8a)-(front side-unusual INDIAN design with many notes by Philip R. Goodwin to indentify The colors of the pattern.)-(REVERSE shows LARGE BEAR decending Slope of Mountain, this scene was used frequently by Philip R. Goodwin-signed by direct decendent! Again perhaps used a illustration in a early book.$2600

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(Sketch #9)-a very complete Pencil/Charcoal Drawing of a (Town scene-a series of 2 story Buildings-next to a canal with STONE BRIDGE-telephone wires and very interesting TALL POLE in the background with a EAGLE? on the top.)/REVERSE is Blank!-by Philip R. Goodwin-from his series of SKETCHES (image size 7.5 inches wide x 8 inches high) See C.O.A. and signed on reverse in pencil by Direct Decendent!-I can furnish more and perhaps clearer pictures if required!$1800

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(Sketch #10)-a full detail of a African LIONESS in the lying postion-unusual! By Philip R. Goodwin. The Reverse is blank-signed by direct decendent! Perhaps from his early work on "AFRICAN GAME TRAILS" and other related materail!$600

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(Sketch #11)-a pencil drawing of a sleeping MOOSE or ELK young calf by Philip R. Goodwin-This is on the same PATTERNED paper as used in his 1897 story/listed above. Perhaps this dates it to his early years. The Reverse is blank-signed by direct decendent!$400

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(Sketch #12)-pencil drawing of Two LARGE trees in Forest by Philip R. Goodwin. The Reverse is blank-signed by direct decendent!$450

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(Sketch #13)-a pencil drawing with 3 different views of Moose head with antlers by Philip R. Goodwin. The Reverse is blank-signed by direct decendent!$400

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(Sketch #14 and #14a)-(front side/has five seperate pencil drawing of a Very Large Bear on one side by Philip R. Goodwin)-(Reverse-has 2 outlined sketch of large bear-signed by direct decendent!$650

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(Sketch-#15a and #15b)-(front view/-fully detailed figure of BEAR at shoreline of MOUNTAIN LAKE. This has a border, is a classic, well known scene by Philip R. Goodwin) The Reverse has some figures or doddes on it, but can't determine shapes or images-signed by direct decendent!$2250

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(Sketch#16)-a Large pencil drawing of a LARGE MOOSE HEAD by Philip R. Goodwin with his full rack-facing you in the foreground). The reverse is blank-signed by direct decendent! This style of HEADS ON view of a Large Moose was used in several of Goodwin's Wildlife scenes.$550

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(SKetch #17a and #17b)-(front side/a pencil drawing shows a Turkey in TREE ROOST). The reverse has the outline of a PUMA laying down-by Philip R. Goodwin-signed by direct decendent!$600

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(Sketch #18a and # 18b)-(front side/ pencil drawing of Large double trunk tree in Forest). The reverse shows 3 simple drawings of INDIANS?-by Philip R. Goodwin-signed by direct decendent$550

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(Sketch #19a and # 19b)-(front view/-oulined pencil drawing of a Kneeling figure with gun and overlayed is the end tip of the right side of a MOOSE ANTLERS) The reverse shows a PUMA'S PAW-by Philip R. Goodwin. SIgned by direct decendent!$600

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(Sketch #20)-full detailed sketch showing the edge of FOREST by Philip R. Goodwin. The reverse is BLANK and is signed by direct decendent!$450

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(Sketch #21)-Pencil Drawinging (a tree trunk with branches/look like a Fir tree-Douglas Fir perhaps?)-by Philip R. Goodwin-from his series of SKETCHES (size 8 inches high x 6 inches wide) See C.O.A. as above. Signed on Reverse by direct decendent!$450

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(Sketch #22a and #22b)-(front view/pencil drawing of a Large ELK head) The reverse/side shows small Tree branches-by Philip R. Goodwin-signed by direct decendent!$500

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(Sketch #23)-full detailed pencil sketch showing the edge of FOREST, with SPLIT RAIL FENCE and some object (can't indentify) laying on the ground-by Philip R. Goodwin. The reverse is BLANK and is signed by direct decendent!500

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(Sketch #24)-Full sketch/as used in print with borders-BEAR climbing the slope of a Mountain. One of Philip R. Goodwin classic scencs! The Reverse has some doddles on it, NO DISTINCT images-signed by direct decendent!$950

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(Sketch #25)-pencil drawing of 3 different views of INDIAN PAPOOSE CARRIER-by Philip R. Goodwin-shows notations for color RED. The Reverse is BLANK-signed by direct decendent! Again, possible used in a early story/book that Philip R. Goodwin illustrated.$450

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(Sketch #26a and #26b)-(front view/pencil drawing of STAND OF CORN STALKS/signed upside down by direct decendent). The Reverse shows outlined ANIMAL head (incomplete)-by Philip R. Goodwin.$SOLD

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(Sketch #27)-(pencil drawing of two sepeate men in the siting position, dressed in Hunting attire with hat. One is aiming a rifle and the other is rowing-by Philip R.Goodwin) The Reverse is BLANK and signed by direct decendent!$1250

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(Sketch #28a and #28b)-(front view/full drawing of MAMA bear and her two clubs encountering a PORKUPINE on a Mountain Trail-has border/a classic scene used by Philip R. Goodwin several times)-(Reverse-Partial OUTLINED figues of Bear)-signed by direct decendent.$1400

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(Sketch #29a and #29b)-(front view/LARGE NEST? in Tree)- The Reverse showsthree different outlines of MOOSE ANTLERS-by Philip R. Goodwin. Signed by direct decendent!$650

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(Sketch #30)-LARGE TREE towerering over smaller trees.-The Reverse has what looks like the ear of a ?Moose-by Philip R. Goodwin. Signed by direct decendent!$450

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(Sketch #31a and #31b)-(Front view/a full pencil drawing of Mountain scene with Tall trees in the foreground and Mountains in the background)-The Reverse shows the SKETETLON of a very large animal, perhaps a ELK or BEAR/no limbs are visible-by Philip R. Goodwin. Signed by direct decendent!$750

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(Sketch #32)-full pencil drawing complete with border (Mama bear and cub walking on Forst floor, underneath some fallen trees-by Philip R. Goodwin. The Reverse is BLANK-signed by direct decendent!$1250

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(Sketch #33a and #33b)-full pencil drawing of Large SINGLE DEAD Tree, with only a few branches intact/this is in the foreground with FOREST behind.) by Philip R. Goodwin-more pictures, text and pricing pending!.$450

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(Sketch #34a and #34b) (front view/-Large MOOSE of ELk Hide hanging from tree, has been field dressed but not quartered yet!)- The Reverse show the outline of a ERECT MAN/Standing-by Philip R. Goodwin-signed by direct decendent. $650

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(Sketch #35s aand #35b)-(front view/-3 different views of young MOOSE CALF, ie. from 3 different angles.) Rreverse-close up of MOOSE head/no antlers and another view of just the EAR-by Philip R. Goodwin-signed by direct decendent.$750

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(Sketch #36a and #36b)-(front view-drawing of Front hoof/of BISON and one Horn)-(Reverse-outline of very small BEAR CUB huddled on the floor-by Philip R. Goodwin-signed by direct decendent!$450

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(Sketch #37a and #37b)-(front-very LARGE TIGER in recleining postion)-(Reverse-something there, but very weak-by Philip R. Goodwin-signed by Direct Decendent! Perhaps done when he was working on illustrations "AFRICAN GAME TRAILS".$650

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(Sketch #38a and #38b)-(front view/full pencil drawing with border of 3 DEER feeding on gentle mountain slope). The Reverse shows/3 standing horses-by Philip R. Goodwin-signed by Direct decendent.$1250

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(Sketch #39a and #39b)-(front view/two seperate pencil sketches of LONG TREE LOG and a TREE LIMB with SMALL leaves)-(THE Reverse/has 2 seperate old dead logs with lots of charactor-by Philip R. Goodwin). Signed by direct decendent! These Large old fallen tree logs with lots of protuding branches were used in several Philip R. Goodwin scenes! See Peterson book page.87 as a example.$xxx

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(Sketch #40a and #40b)-(front/Large DEAD TREE in midst of other Forest Growth)-(Reverse/multiple OUTLINE views of Man and DOG) by Philip R. Goodwin-more pictures, text and pricing pending!.$600

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(Sketch #41a and #41b)-(front view/a complete pencil drawing of a resting ARIDALE dog-perhaps PRG's personal pet)-(Reverse/outline of a man and perhaps a canoe?)-by Philip R. Goodwin-signed by direct decendent!$750

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(Sketch #42)-two fully drawn pencil sketches of a very Large BEAR, laying on the ground, both on his belly and on this side-by Philip R. Goodwinsigned by direct decendent$600

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(Sketch #43)-full figured, pencil drawing of a very LARGE BEAR sitting FULLY ERECT and facing forward. Also a smaller but complete head of snaring Bear-by Philip R. Goodwin-signed by direct decendeant! A very similar Bear (but in the fully erect position can be found on p.25 of the PETERSON BOOK. The postcard is dated 1905 and most of these sketches are from this same early period of Goodwin's life. They were saved until the very last, apparently because they were the favorites of his mother.$750

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(Sketch #44a and #44b)-(front view/a fully drawn sketch of a mountain lake, with large trees in the foreground, Mountain and skies in ghe background-with a canoe with two men, close to the distant shore). The Reverse has another fully drawn pencil sketch of LARGE Mountain Vally (perhaps showing a Glacier?-by Philip R. Goodwin-signed by direct decendent!$SOLD

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(Sketch #45)-Pencil Drawinging (Standing INDIAN TEPEE)-by Philip R. Goodwin-from his series of SKETCHES (size 7 inches high x 11 inches wide) See C.O.A. above! Reverse/signed in pencil by Direct Decendent!$750

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(Sketch #46)-Three seperate pencil drawings (each panel is different)-(#1-Indian papoose with head ring) (#2-full showing of the back view of Indian Papoose with many different colors noted) (#3-sketch of a long tailed animal (spieces unknown) and a full collar of some type/not sure just what this is-by Philip R. Goodwin-signed by direct decendent!.$800

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(Sketch #47a and #47b)-(front view/shows 3 seperate images-a}-fully pencil drawing of a Large Bear in the sleeping postion, b}-Outline of bear laying on its back/with notation that BELLY STRIP is white c}-detailed drawing of Bear PAW show toenails)-(The Reverse/shows 3 seperate images-a}-Outline of large sleeping Bear-b}-the Head and ears of a large bear-c}-a small view of perhaps a somewhat smaller bear's head and ears)-by Philip R. Goodwin-signed by direct decedent!.$850

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(Sketch #48a an #48b)-(front side/2 different SITTING POSTIONS of a LARGE BEAR, as he is stcraching himself)-(Reverse/a very different outline sketch of STANDING MAN-by Philip R. Goodwin-signed by direct decendent!.$650

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(Sketch #49a and #49b)-(front side/SINGLE BIG TREE in forest with many other more distant trees)-(Reverse/perhaps the head of HUNTER with a cap/with bill-by Philip R. Goodwin-signed by direct decendent!$450

(tcc)

(Sketch #50a and #50b)-(front side/view of single tree growing at the edge of rock/pebble filled mountain stream)-(Reverse/the outline of a UPLIFTED TRUNK of a ELEPHANT-by Philip R. Goodwin-signed by direct decendent. This is on heavier material than most of the others, it a thin cardboard, NOT JUST PAPER.$650

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(Sketch #51a and #51b)-(front side/FULL sketch of FOREST and trees)-(Reverse/sketch of small branches and leaves-by Philip R. Goodwin-again this is on heavier cardboard!$650

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(Sketch #52)-Full detailed pencil drawing of Mountain Hunting LOG CABIN or FORT? with man walking on top of ROOF, Dense Forest behind -by Philip R. Goodwin-MOST UNUSUAL-I do not know of a PRG scene using this image-again on the HEAVIER CARDBOARD! THe Reverse is BLANK-signed by direct decendent! Perhaps used when illustrating one the early books that he worked on.$800

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(Sketch #53a and #53b)-(front side/shows 4 different images. a} and b}-two ELK SKELTONS with skulls attached, c}-Standing ELK, D-Standing ELK with border)-The Reverse/has 6 different images-4 different views of BirchBark canoes and two of standing ELK-one with border-by Philip R. Goodwin. Again on the heavier CARDBOARD-signed by direct decendent.$xxx

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(Sketch #54)-full detailed pencil drawing of BUFFALO CALF feeding from a wooden man-made box, a very unusual scene-Philip R. Goodwin. The Reverse is BLANK and signed by direct decendent).$500

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(Sketch #55a and #55b)-(front side/2 different views of a MOOSE head and 2 different view of a MOOSE'S legs-by Philip R. Goodwin)- THE Reverse/at least two views of STANDING ELK and another undentified sketch-signed by direct decendent and again on the HEAVIER CARDBOARD!$800

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(Sketch #56a and #56b)-(front view/ a very full detailed pencil drawing of LOG POLE SHED, open in the middle with several round objects on the ground (wheels perhaps?)-(Reverse/sketch of closed FLAP of INDIAN TEPEE-by Philip R. Goodwin-signed by direct decendent! Again perhaps used for his work in illustrating some of the early books that Goodwin worked on!$1250

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(Sketch #57)-pencil sketch with border of two men in canoe, watch the shore-can possible see outline of RIFLE and distant Moose standing in Lade). A scene used numerous times by Philip R. Goodwin. The Reverse is Blank-signed by Direct Decendent!. THe SKETCH was originally on a single piece of this Sketch pad, but it has been cleaning seperated down the center crease. All the great detail is there, it's just split.$650

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(Sketch #58a and #58b)-(Front side/Mama Bear and her cubs are crossing a open patch in a forest and they notice off to the side a animal (shunk or porkupine), and are avoiding contact!-this has a border.)-(Reverse/shows the outline of a Large animal, looks like a horse-by Philip R. Goodwin-signed by direct decendent!$1250

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(Sketch #59a and #59b)-(front side/LARGE ELK facing in immediate foreground-has border)-(Reverse/shows the botoom legs of large animal, perhaps a ELK, standing in front of what looks to be stream of water-by Philip R. Goodwin-signed by direct decendent!$800

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(Sketch #60a and #60b)-(front view/has 3 seperate drawings a}-outlined view of front half of LARGE BEAR-b}-rear view of LARGE BEAR and-c}-a view of large building, with smoke stack, built on the water with ramp. Unusual).(Reverse/full outline view of a LARGE BEAR sitting facing away-by Philip R. Goodwin-signed by direct decendent!$850

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(Sketch #61a and #61b)-(front view/2 different viewx of a FULL INDIAN WAR BONNET, with colors notated.)-(Reverse/FULL VIEW of a WESTERN SADDLE, and another sketch of MAN on HORSEBACK-by Philip R. Goodwin-signed by direct decendent! Perhaps the INDIAN WAR BONNET used when PRG was working to illustrate some early story (on commission). Philip R. Goodwin didn't draw a western saddle very often, perhaps this one was used when PRG was on that famous Hunting trip with his good friend Charles R. Russell. see a similar sadde, as seen in Peterson;s book p.83. Again these are poor pictures, I can post some better ones!$1400

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(Sketch #62)-full pencil drawing of the REAR of a Bullafo/as he is walking away-by Philip R. Goodwin-signed by direct decendent!$550

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(Sketch #64)-a fully detailed pencil drawing of Mama BEAR and her two clubs who have just startled two hunters who have come out of their tent and then they see the bears!-this has a border, close to a finished image/scene. This scene can be seen in a later print by Philip R. Goodwin "Alert"-by Philip R. Goodwin. The Reverse is BLANK-signed by direct decendent! See a very similar scene in PETERSON'S book p.259 in the lower Right corner and again on p.332. These pictures are not the best, I can provide others!$2250

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(Sketch #65a and #65)-(front side/Pencil Drawinging (Moose standing in mountain lake, facing RIGHT-forest in the background and the foreground). The REVERSE has pencil sketch of two men in BirchBark canoe with the shore on their right)-by Philip R. Goodwin-from his series of SKETCHES (size 6 inches wide x 4 inches high).See C.O.A.-the reverse/signed in pencil by Direct Decendent!$1800

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(Sketch #66a and #66b)-(front view/a LARGE BEAR lying on the ground with his paws beheath him.)-(Reverse/full outline of BEAR lying on the back in a completely relaxed position-by Philip R. Goodwin! Signed by direct decendent!$600

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(Sketch #67a and #67b)-(front view/Pencil Drawing (view of MOOSE standing in mountain lake facing LEFT, with forest in the background only). The REVERSE shows a canoe paddle, with handle on one end-also the names and addresses of 2 MEN in his handwriting)-by Philip R. Goodwin-from his series of SKETCHES (size 7 inches wide x 5 inches tall) See C.O.A. above-the REVERSE has signature in pencil by Direct Decendent!$1800

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(Sketch #68a and #68b)-(front view/2 views of LARGE BEAR-a}-Bear is on all fours and appears to be stepping over or rock or log.-b}-a outlined view of the rear quarters of a LARGE BEAR.)-(Reverse/very interesting, has 7 different views of a Large BEAR, they are all different (Ears), (Full view of rear walking away)-(Bear's head and ears looking away) (another full view of Bear walking away but from a different angle)-and 3 more views of a Bears hind legs and side view. This is very complete, PRG would be able to use this when he was finishing a OIL on Canvas!)-Also signed by Direct Decendent on the Reverse.$1800

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(Sketch-#69a)-Three seperate pencil drawings of a PORKUPINE- a}Full detail in standing postion facing threat! b}-outlined of PORKUPINE on all fours, on the ground. c}-outline of PORKUPINE face/eyes!) This is somewhat unusual to find, althought Philip R. Goodwin did use a Porkupine in several of his "THREAT" scenarios.The REVERSE is blank and signed by direct decendent!$550

(tcc)

(Sketch #70)-(front view/Pencil Drawinging (Man stepping into canoe-his right hand is on the canoe, the left hand is setting a paddle in the canoe itself-by Philip R. Goodwin)-from his series of SKETCHES (size 4 inches wide x 5 inches tall) See C.O.A. above-the REVERSE has signature in pencil by Direct Decendent.$650

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(Sketch-#71)-Full detailed pencil draawing of MOOSE ANTLERS on Sketlton head! Also are some numberous which appear to be diminons "15 3/8" and "26 3/8"-must be Philip R. Goodwins notes to himself, likely the size of a OIL on Canvas).(Reverse is Blank-signed by direct decendent!$600

(cct)

(Sketch-#72a and #72b)-(front side/FUll detailed pencil drawing by Philip R. Goodwin of one of his most famous scenes-Shows Man in front of canoe, standing and firing Rifle are retreating Moose who is in the shallow waters of lake. The second man in the rear is using his paddle to steady the canoe. He has also sketched in the reflection of the canoe (as mirroed) in the lake water. Has border-a great, great piece!)-(Reverse/shows outline of LARGE BEAR on all fours, looking away!-signed by direct decendent).$2500

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(Sketch #73)-Pencil Drawinging (A forest scene of several ASPEN or Birch trees-the REVERSE shows THREE brances or plants with their leaves)-by Philip R. Goodwin-from his series of SKETCHES (size 6 x 9) See c.O.A. -the REVERSE has signature in pencil by Direct Decendent-as above. The pictures are good but they got turned sideways-my error!$650

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(Sketch #74)-Pencil Drawinging (lower brances of Tree-in forest)-by Philip R. Goodwin-from his series of SKETCHES. See C.O.A. and signed on reverse in pencil by Direct Decendent!$650

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(Skeetch #75)-Pencil Drawinging (Two mature trees in the immmediate Foreground and then parts of a meadow, with the rest of the forest in the background)-by Philip R. Goodwin-from his series of SKETCHES. See C.O.A. as above-the REVERSE has signature in pencil by Direct Decendent.$850

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"BRONZES-by Philip R. Goodwin"

(ca.1903)-A very RARE BRONZE sculpture by Philip R. Goodwin.-see additional information in Larry Len Peterson's book-"Philip R. Goodwin-America's Sporting & Wifelife Artist"-pages 19-20. Size is 5 inches tall and 4 inches wide (without the base). I have never seen the base but perhaps that would increase its height to 6 inches are noted in the Peterson's book.

Philip R. Goodwin studied sculpture at the Rhode Island School of Design (note the letter I have listed above, that was written from PRG to his older brother, from this same school.) This letter is dated 1897, so the artist was only 16 at the time. As noted in he Peterson book, Philip had some considerable skills as a sculpturor, but never spent much time perfecting those skills. This BRONZE SCULPTURE (bear stepping up from one level to a higher level) is signed "P.R.Goodwin" between the two front feet. It is generally acknowledged that this is ONLY SCULPTURE that was cast in Philip R. Goodwin lifetime. Cast by the ROMAN BROZE WORKS, New York, ca.1903 and the number of casts is unknown.

Note this peice is MINTY, there are no flaws, no damage of any kind. I have shown a picture of the underneath of base, so you can see it has two Threaded screw holes for the base. If someone has additional information about the base itself or other pictures of this rare piece I would appreciate hearing from you.! A truly outstanding and rare piece, with no RESTORATION of any KIND!

$5000

(arpp)

In 1979-a collectors society in Minneaplois, Minn.-recast 4 models in Bronze. There were each about 2 to 3 inches high, mounted on a white marble base. This edition of 2500, were originally priced at $97.50. These were from a "rediscovered" set of original wax models found in a truck by Philip R.Goodwin's sister-in-law, who discovered them and sendt them to Philip R. Goodwin's older brother "RAY". The original advertising booklet for this set referred to a edition of 2500. Later the "FIRST EDITION" of the set was delcared to be limited to 2002.

You can find numerous examples of these bronzes individually or as sets of 4, sometimes with their bases and sometimes without. I wanted a complete set as it was originally shipped from the factory in 1979. I finally upgrade to this quality. This set has EVERYTHING in it. Its complete and ORIGINAL! Each Bronze listed before includes the following"

1-the original shipping box (UPS)-all addressed to the same person, at the same address.

2-all contain the same original white marble base.

3-all boxes contain the same foam shipping material

4-all have the same number #171

5-all have the same letter from President Stafford Calvin, regarding the first shipped (LYNX)

6-all have same letter from "CALHOUN'S COLLECTORS SOCIETY Inc."-signed by Stafford Calvin

7-all have same CONFIDENTIAL PRICE NEWSLETTER and 6 page color brochure

8-all have same personal letter from President STAFFORD CALVIN to buyer-dated 11/11/77

9-all have same 4 page letter from STAFFORD CALVIN descriping how the Philip R.Goodwin bronzes were made!

10-all have same letter from "POP" the original buyer to his son, dated August 30, 1993.

11-all have same original CERTIFICATE of ORIGIN and AUTHENTICITY #171-signed by Neve Goodwin.

12-Tim buys all from "Pop's" son on 9/27/2003. All in total STONE MINT CONDITION.

"LYNX"-Includes all items listed above-as shipped to original owner 12-29-1977. More Pictures pending!$300

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"SITTING BEAR"-Includes all items listed above-as shipped to original owner 3-8-1978. More Pictures pending!$300

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"MOUNTAIN LION"-Includes all items listed above-as shipped to original owner 7-19-1978. More Pictures pending!$300

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"WALKING BEAR"-Includes all items listed above-as shipped to original owner 12-1-1978. More Pictures pending!$300

(tor)

"other Philip R. Goodwin items"

"The A.Dotterweich BREWING CO.-BEER serving TRAY with signed Illustration by Philip R. Goodwin-titled the " THE BUFFALO HUNT" in black block letters at the bottom and centered. It has the full Philip R. Goodwin signature in the lower RIGHT HAND CORNER and the date "1909" and the 3 numbers "102". The sides of the TRAY have the following TEXT "SPARKING ALE-GILT EDGE LAGER-DUNKIRK, N.Y." In very good condition, no fading, no dents-does have some wear in the lower left corner-(which can be restored without much expense)! A very similar tray with the same scene can be seen in PETERSON'S book p.93.

The reverse has a partial PRINTED PAPER that is attached in the center. Some of the text can be viewed-it appartently is advertising piece that talks about the "Wah-ta-wali" Indian brave and his hunt for the sacred BUFFALO and why it means so much to the tribe. I can provide more pictures if neeeded.

$3250

(rntt)

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The END of "Philip R. Goodwin" Items for SALE!


(last updated-FebRuary 28, 2015)