Three, framed August 26 1957 and sold by famed Detroit department store (J L ) Hudson’s. Costume subjects: The first (with framing date) depicting a couple. The man in bicorn hat with sword at his side Dated in the plate, 1790. The second as two noble gentlemen greeting. One wears a sword and thither is accompanied by a spontoon armed guard. The third of a gentle similar to the last and dated 1787 in the plate. Each matted to 5” x 7” in 8 ¾” x 10 ¾” wood frames Some blemishes but serviceable). Sold framed by Hudson’s which, at the time, were selling items from the William Randolph Hearst collection including antique weapons. These prints likely were from Hearst as well.