(0791) Sword of Cortes

Sword of Cortes
FES Title: Sword of Cortes
Alternate Titles:
Date: 03/23/1917
Size: 3.5″H x 8.5″W
Medium: penandink-paper
Type: illustration
Published: Watson, Virginia. With Cortes the Conqueror. Philadelphia: The Penn Publishing Company, 1917: 5, 128.
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______. New York: The Hampton Publishing Company, 1917: 5, 128.
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Inscription: lr: F.E.S.
Annotations: recto: Reduce Use for heading Chapter 10 / also for heading – (Introduction)
en verso stamped: Frank E. Schoonover / 1616 Rodney Street / Wilmington, Del.
Comments: scanned 5/06; scan; form 4-07; index; edit
This decoration was used as a chapter heading.
Provenance: Aritst; Mary Jamieson Cobb, St. Petersburg, Florida; Doe Run Valley Books, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania (February 19, 2004); Collection of Kyle S. Kendrick
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