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A 19th Century English Sampler Stitched By Maria Dean & Dated 1860

A Century English Sampler Stitched By Maria Dean & Dated 1860

Excellent Sampler by Anna Caroline Boyer of Easton-1839

Antiques & Fine Art - Finkel, M. & Daughter - Excellent Sampler by Anna Caroline Boyer of

Needlework Sampler

Needlework Sampler, worked in threads on a linen ground, lettered and dated Darsie Village in the Year of/Our Lord above two re

Elizabeth Susan Lightman (M)

Antique English Needlework Picture Sampler Elizabeth Susan Lightman No Date

A 19th Century ENGLISH WoolWork Sampler Stitched By Elizabeth North & Dated 1848

A 19th Century ENGLISH WoolWork Sampler Stitched By Elizabeth North & Dated 1848

Sampler by Dorothy Ashton, 1764, Salem, Massachusetts | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Dorothy Ashton 1764 Linen plain weave sampler embroidered with silk and metallic thread; pastoral scene in border surrounding alphabets and verse embroidered in cross stitch and eyelet; signed “Dorothy Ashton, Her sampler, Aged thirteen,

Early Victorian Framed & Glazed Hand Stitched Sampler Eliza Sheard Aged 12 1848

Luvable Friends Printed Fleece Blanket, Birds

Early Victorian Framed & Glazed Hand Stitched Sampler Eliza Sheard Aged 12 1848

Jane Catherine Esser, The Mason School, Kutztown, Pennsylvania, dated 1841

Rare and Important Needlework Sampler, Matilda Filbert, Wolmesdorf, Pennsylvania, dated 1830 - Sothebys

Antique Victorian Embroidery NEEDLEPOINT SAMPLER Child's Framed Animals No Place Like Home

Century Victorian Sampler Stitched By L V Sharp Dated 1873 National Book Auctions

Elizabeth Hine, 1810.  Holy crow, that is a lot of space covered in this sampler.  Anyone who's flown recognizes the patterns here as tracts of land being worked in the country.  I have never seen a sampler like this, and Elizabeth would have gone through an awful lot of thread.  And it's almost 30 inches tall!!!

Elizabeth Hine, Anyone who's flown recognizes the patterns here as tracts of land being worked in the country. I have never seen a sampler like this, and Elizabeth would have gone through an awful lot of thread. And it's almost 30 inches tall!

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