[Five Embossed Chromolithographed Nautical or Marine Die-cuts]
No place listed [most likely Germany]: No publisher listed, No date [c. late 19th century]. Ephemera no binding. [DIE-CUT] [NAUTICAL] [MARINE] [FISHING]. Embossed chromolithographed die-cuts: 5 3/8” x 8 3/8”; 6 ¼” x 8 ¼”; 1 ½” x 4 3/16”; 1 7/8” x 1 ¾”; 1 ¼” x 2 ¾”; light rubbing to the bottom of the largest die-cut; near fine. Near fine. Item #1329
Five late 19th century chromolithographed embossed die-cuts of Marine images, two large and three small. A large die-cut of 5 fisherman pulling a net into a dory and a large die-cut of 6 men in foul-weather gear with life preservers strapped on, rowing a dory rowing in rough seas and standing ready to throw a line. A small die-cut of a man rowing in calm water with a dog and a young child. A small die-cut of a boat with sails unfurled. A small die-cut of a woman rowing a small boat with a boy sitting in the stern. 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.