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Folk Art Animals and Figures
4/12/2014 - Americana: Live Salesroom Auction
American (probably Midwestern), 19th century. An assembled group of twenty-four animals and figures, most carved in pine; largest ht. 7.75 in.

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Property from the Estate of Jane Murphy, Shandon, Ohio
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Portrait of Ninigret
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American, 1830s. Oil on canvas, relined. A portrait of Niantic sachem Ninigret.   A 19th century copy of the17th century original curated by the Rhode Island School of Design Art Museum.  Ninigret is depicted standing at the edge of th... > Item Details
Six Early Tin Lanterns
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Midwestern Redware Jars and Jug
Lot # 303 - Midwestern Redware Jars and Jug
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Alkaline Glaze Stoneware Churn
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Folk Art Painting of a Home, Possibly in Ross, Ohio
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Paint Decorated Shaker Pantry Box
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Large Spatterware Platter
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Firefighter Accessories, Plus
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