Except that these drawings were obviously designs for enamels, neither dates or anything else is known about them.
The spiral-bound sketch book containing them was found with trash beside the road a few years after Virginia's passing by one of the McKnight daughters and Frank Baisden (both neighbors of Charles Counts who lived down the road and around the corner).
They are presented here because the titles may help identify actual enamels existing today without identification.
Virginia always professed to be an atheist, but almost all her enamel work was based on religious themes. Whether these were made for a particular market or were academically inspired by ancient enamels on similar themes, I think one can attest that she was a deeply spiritual person.