Lot 7    

American Eagle Woodcarving,
2008, Spring Fine & Decorative Arts, Mar 15th
probably 1920s. An eagle with a turned head and raised wings; he is mounted on a newer molded edge platform; 18" high x 22" wide (w/o platform).

Condition:  
Age cracks.
Sold: $977.50
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