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I have a 1832 petty-point picture of Old Philadelphia

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I have a 1832 petty-point picture of Old Philadelphia looking west from the Delaware River on High Street, now Market Street. It is in its original frame. The seller was Arthur J. Sussel the Philadelphia antique dealer. I have papers dating back to 1927 documenting the sell of this original price. I am trying to get an estimated value. Can you help?
Submitted: 6 months ago.
Category: Antiques
Expert:  rarewares replied 6 months ago.

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My name is ***** ***** I would love to help.
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Expert:  Nora replied 6 months ago.

Hello,

Antique, early 19th century American petit-point embroidery pieces can sell for up to $1000 on today's market, depending on the size.

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Expert:  Nora replied 6 months ago.

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