Posted by Alfred L. Rolan
In Reply to: Re: Paul Detlefsen print
My wife and I were given a print for a wedding gift 40 years ago. It is a print of the young boy standing in front of the blacksmith's shop. The Blacksmith is heating and molding a horseshoe. The buggy is there with the traces for the horse resting on the ground. There is another man removing a shoe from the horse, getting it ready for the new shoe.
The markings on the paper on the back of this print is:
HORSE AND BUGGY DAYS
MW - 77 - 3536
V 1583 - 102
If these markings and/or numbers ring a bell with anyone, please let me know. I, too, might opt to sell if the price is right.