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Samplers


Samplers

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Mrs. Hotchpotch

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Charlotte Lawson, England, 1774

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Spring Sampler - Pattern and Print Kit

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1841 Catharine Sutphin

A Beautiful 19th Century Sampler Stitched By Leopoldine Boll & Dated1812

Sampler: "Leopoldine Boll 1812" - Leopoldine Boll

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Jane Atkinson late 1700's.

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Schoolgirl's Work" by Blackbird Designs)

Mary Ayres, sampler, Norwich, CT ca. 1788o

Norfolk Sampler Dated 1816

Rare needlework sampler, Mary Coffin (1790-1864)<br>Newburyport, Essex County, Massachusetts, dated 1801 | Lot | Sotheby's

Rare needlework sampler, Mary Coffin (1790-1864)

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Sampler, 1667–78. Medium: silk, wool, mica and metallic embroidery on linen foundation Technique: embroidered in stem, satin, cross, bouillon, couching, and padded couching stitches on plain weave foundation; counted and uncounted stitches

antique sampler

Samplers

Ann Pierce Drown sept 10th - Tempus fugit

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beautiful stitches

Early 19th Century Silk Work Sampler by Margaret Irving Aged 10 1808 | eBay

thedruidsteaparty: herb garden by kunderwood {stitchy stitcherson} on Flickr.

Sampler, 1868

Sampler (1798) by Lydia Stocker (1785 - 1841).

Kiziah Sharp, Medford, Burlington Co.,New Jersey, 1825

Sarah Polhemus, Hunterdon County, New Jersey, 1828

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"In 1807, a New Jersey schoolgirl named Mary Antrim embroidered a farm scene [above] with silk thread on linen. On Sunday, Sotheby's in New York sold her view of livestock, picket fences and clapboarded outbuildings for 1.07 million dollars, setting an auction record for a needlework sampler.

bookofjoe: January 25, 2012

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N e e d l e p r i n t: The Stonington Collection of Samplers @ Auction * Christies New York * 25 January 2013

Sampler, 1773, inscribed "Catharine Congdon born November 10 1763 made November 1773", 1773. Medium: silk embroidery on linen foundation Technique: embroidered in cross, half-cross, buttonhole, satin, stem, and back stitches on plain weave foundation. Cooper-Hewitt Museum

early 19th Century needlework sampler, worked by 'Dorothy Ash',