The condition of lots can vary widely and the nature of the lots sold means that they are unlikely to be in a perfect condition. Lots are sold in the condition they are in at the time of sale.
In addition to or in elaboration of the lot description:
- the lower platemark partially broken through, with the lower margin partially detached from the image.
- a horizontal hard crease with associated short tears at the lower sheet edge.
- the tears and some broken creases at the upper sheet edge.
- the sheet glued down to thick cardboard along the upper sheet edge.
- paper losses at the lower right and upper left sheet corners.
- mount- and light-staining.
- some minor scattered foxing.
- backboard staining verso.
Otherwise as described in the lot description. The subject is generally in good condition, but the sheet is in need of restoration.
The condition of lots sold can vary widely due to factors such as age, previous damage, restoration, repair, and wear and tear. The nature of the lots sold means that they will rarely be in perfect condition. Lots are sold in the condition they are in at the time of sale.