Lot 32    

Carnival Ball Toss Game with Painted Canvas Targets,
2005, Furniture and Decorative Arts / Oct 7 - 8
includes 10 stuffed, canvas targets with wool fringe and weighted bottoms and what appears to be an original canvas-wrapped ball. 8 are hand-painted clown figures and 2 are printed figures, including a clown and a bespectacled man. American, first half of the 20th century; 9-12" tall each, ball is 3" diameter.

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