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Early High Chair
4/12/2014 - Americana: Live Salesroom Auction
American, 18th century. An early mixed hardwood child's high chair with a two-spindle back, hickory woven seat (possibly original), turned arms pinned to front legs, on four splayed legs with eight stretchers; oah. 36, seat ht. 22 in.

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Property from the Estate of Jane Murphy, Shandon, Ohio
Sold: $420.00
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