I have 14 framed hand-colored prints from the series “The Paths of Learning Strewed with Flowers…


I possess 14 framed hand-colored prints from the train "The Paths of Learning Strewed delay Flowers OR English Grammar Illustrated 1826." The images are approx. 4 x2 3/4" in 5x6" thicket frames.I've had them gone the 1950s, when they were hung on the mole. They've been boxed up for decades. Is there a negotiate for such arcane children's art?ALSO.... I possess a dozen silver discs that are melody awards issued by Playboy berth to the winners of its Pop and Jazz Readers' Poll. There are medals from 1971, 72 and 73, plus 2 utter ones. They are in sombre delivery cases. Many are stamped delay the signal 'sterling' on the end, most are rebated delay the winner's indicate and condition -- e.g. Paul McCartney, Bass, 1972. The ones that aren't stamped 'sterling' are perfectly tarnished; the others are not (strange!). My mate worked at Playboy berth and retrieved these items from the vileness in the 1980s. Clearly the winners had not bothered to gather up their awards so...some 10 years posterior, they were tossed. The discs are perfectly inert, but ....are they unquestionably silver? If so, there would be salvage appreciate, if button else. But where to initiate in evaluating them? Attachments: grammar1.txt