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Description: These bronze plaques feature Ellen Terry and Henry Irving, the most famous British Shakespearean actors of the late 19th century. Irving also directed plays, I believe. The plaques are mounted on velvet covered "boxes". Date is probably circa 1900.
Price: $125 plus shipping and insurance. Shipping will depend on location. Contact us for a quote. Dimensions: The full display on each one is about 10" x 9", while each plaque is about 5 3/4" x 4 3/4". Condition: very good, but the velvet is worn, not surprisingly. Some has put two nails into the Irving plaque, evidently to keep it straight. Fortunately, the nails and plaque are close in color and patina. Of course, all our sales are fully guaranteed.
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