Allen F. Brewer Jr. Print "Swaps" Signed and Dated 1955

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A print of Triple Crown-winning thoroughbred “Swaps” signed and dated 1955 by noted equine artist Allen F. Brewer Jr. “Swaps” was named Horse of the Year in 1956. Chestnut son of Khaled and Iron Reward with bloodlines to War Admiral and Man o’ War.

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Condition

Good

Frame backing paper is torn. Note: Shading in right hand corner is a piece of tape that was faded out of photo.

Dimensions

21.75" W x 17.75" H x 0.75" D

Item #

14LEX002-075

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Item Details

A print of Triple Crown-winning thoroughbred “Swaps” signed and dated 1955 by noted equine artist Allen F. Brewer Jr. “Swaps” was named Horse of the Year in 1956. Chestnut son of Khaled and Iron Reward with bloodlines to War Admiral and Man o’ War.

VIEW TERMS & CONDITIONS

Condition

Good

Frame backing paper is torn. Note: Shading in right hand corner is a piece of tape that was faded out of photo.

Dimensions

21.75" W x 17.75" H x 0.75" D

Item #

14LEX002-075

Categories

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