No place listed [most likely Germany]: No publisher listed, most likely German. No date [c. late 19th century]. Ephemera no binding. [DIE-CUTS]. Embossed chromolithographed die-cuts: 7 5/8” x 8 ¼”, 7” x 8 ¼”, 3 ¼” x 4 ½”, and 2 ¾” x 3 3/8”; pasted to 14 3/8” x 10 7/8” paper; light rubbing to the bottom of the largest die-cut; near fine. Near fine. Item #1323
Four late 19th century chromolithographed embossed die-cuts of Wild West images, two large and two small. One large die-cut depicts a Native American toting a spear on horseback along with a buffalo and a fallen horse and rider; the other large die-cut features a woman on horseback lassoing a horse. The woman appears to be dressed in a costume more likely European than American. The two small die-cuts are galloping horses, and another of two Native Americans on galloping horses. The die-cuts are all affixed to an age-toned craft paper backing, likely from a scrapbook and now shrink wrapped on a foam board.