1909 Howard Chandler Chrisay Print "A Rose on the Lip Worth Two in the Hand"
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1909 Howard Chandler Chrisay Print, "A Rose on the Lip Worth Two in the Hand". The print measures 12" H x 17" W and the frame measures 18" H x 22" W. Print is lightly soiled but in otherwise good condition.
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- Width: 22 inches
- Height: 18 inches
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