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Model "Prisoner of War" Ship in Whalebone
4/12/2014 - Americana: Live Salesroom Auction
Continental, 19th century. A three-masted model ship in whalebone with complete rigging in string and black painted hull, in wood frame glass case; case ht. 14, wd. 18.5, dp. 6.5 in.
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Patriotic Sandwich Glass Plates
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Three Miniature Baskets
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Folk Art Equestrian Wall Pocket
Lot # 128 - Folk Art Equestrian Wall Pocket
American, 19th century. A folk art carved wall pocket with carved horses,two match holders and a figural trough. The middle section likely held a mirror. Retains original paint and patina; ht. 17 in. > Item Details
Harness Race County Fair Scene
Lot # 894 - Harness Race County Fair Scene
American, 20th century, probably 1940s or 1950s. Oil on wood panel. A folk art painting depicting a county fair scene depciting a harness race with  cars, and audience in an open-air tiered seating area in the background. Unsigned. 16.75 x 11.25 in.  > Item Details
Early German Wheeled Camel Pull Toy
Lot # 656 - Early German Wheeled Camel Pull Toy
German, 19th century. A stuffed camel pull toy; ht. 16 in. > Item Details
Chest of Drawers in Cherry
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Various Framed Portraits on Wax, Metal and Ivory
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<i>Our Union For Ever Centennial</i> Plates
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