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Title: "Baptism of Pocahontas, Jamestown V.A. 1613"
Description: Print Postcard of Painting of the Indian Maiden Guide & Indian Chief's Daughter Pocahontas receiving Christian Baptism by Artist John C. Chapman. This hangs in the Rotunds of the US Capitol in Washington.
Date: very old, but not dated. Place for 1 cent stamp so am placing the age at the early 1900's
Style: Historical, Famous Painting, Artist, USA Discovery of America, feminism ~ USA
Artist if Noted: this is a print postcard of an original painting by John C. Chapman
Number/id:series:on the back upper center R-48009
Stamp/handwriting: none
Publisher: B.S. Reynolds Co., C. T. American Art

Condition: Excellent. No marring, wrinkles, tears or creases. Slight bumping of upper corners. Very light age related staining to the back.

Measurements:approximately 5 1/2" X 3 1/2"
estimated shipping weight: approx 2 oz

It is a soft matte style photo so there is little glare but If you have any questions, please ask before buying. I tried to get it in the best lighting possible to show it as well as possible. there might be a slight variation of color because of the lighting so I took many pics.

The Listed shipping price is for USPS first class mail in the US including delivery confirmation & insurance for orders over $12.00 in purchase price. International price is as noted for 1st class

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Painting of Baptism of Pocahontas Vintage Postcard, Jameston, J. C. Chapman


  • Vintage item from the 1920s
  • Materials: paper, card stock
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 500 reviews
  • Favorited by: 8 people