Lot 474    

Child's Toy Drum with Patriotic Motifs,
2004, Fall Historic Americana / Dec 2-3
stamped brass-plated tin with interior wood bands at top and base; embossed with 4 polychrome-painted 13-star flags with embossed scroll work between and embossed beaded ring above and below; 10.25" diameter x 6.5" high.

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Lacks heads, else VG+.
Sold: $120.00
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