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Uncle Sam Painted Wood Trade Stimulator,
2008, Spring Fine & Decorative Arts, Mar 15th
American, early 20th century; 71" high.

Condition:  
Weathered surface.
Sold: $1,380.00
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Fraktur With Horse Dated 1798,
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Pair of Green Painted and Stenciled Fancy Side Chairs,
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Pennsylvania Dish-Top Tea Table,
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Folk Portrait of Robert Fulton Seated in Windsor Chair
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Two 19th-Century Painted Splint Baskets,
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Tiger Maple Drop Leaf Table,
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Ezra Ames (American, 1768-1836)
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Lot # 394 - Ohio Valley Attributed, Grain-Painted Cupboard,
American, ca 1840-60, poplar wood. A two-piece flat wall cupboard having nailed construction. Two doors with 6 lites each are over a pie shelf with two doors that drop forward. Below are two over three drawers of nailed construction having wood pulls, flanked by tapered columns with circular tops; 9... > Item Details
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Carousel Horse, Inside Row Jumper,
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Marked Bennington Pint Book Flask,
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