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Old 06-22-2020, 11:10 AM
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These Stevengraphs were recently sold at auction. If someone here bought them, I would be interested in the John L. Sullivan & Charlie Mitchell dual-framed piece or maybe one of the other Sullivans. Just send me a PM.
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Those present very well framed. Another issue that I didn't know I needed until now. Good luck chasing them down.
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The Stevengraphs are quite pretty and are silk woven pictures in a cabinet size. They were created by Thomas Stevens in Coventry England. The back of this Jem Smith example talks about the company and some of their products. I've only seen the boxers, but I guess there are other non-sport examples available. Anyone seen the Buffalo Bill?
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