Maier & Zobelein Brewery Calendar Die Cut by Clapsaddle

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Maier & Zobelein Brewery Calendar Die Cut by Clapsaddle
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This item SOLD at 2014 Dec 09 @ 08:53UTC-8 : PST
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A very colorful die cut in the shape of a plate. This was made to be applied to the top of a keg. The rim is blue and white with the calendar months interspersed with small vignettes of ships and rural scenes. The central vignette features two European children, a boy and a girl, dressed in rural clothing and Dutch wooden clogs. The girl is holding yarn and needle. The artist is identified as Ellen H. Clapsaddle. Copyright 1904 by The International Art Pub. Co. Measures 14" in diameter. 17" x 17" frame. Ellen Clapsaddle (1863-1934) was an American artist. While working for International Art Publishing Company, she created images for calendars and trade cards. She is best known for her greeting postcards she created while working for Wolf Company. Burt Collection

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Date: 1906
City: Los Angeles
State: California
ID: 21535