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Appliqué Quilt with Coxcombs and Eagles
4/12/2014 - Americana: Live Salesroom Auction
American, late 19th century. A quilt featuring 9 stemmed coxcomb appliqués in green, orange and red, having a border with alternating appliqués of eagles, baskets of flowers with heart details, leaves and floral sprays in same colors, on a white ground, signed and dated across central ground J. S. K(illegible)/B/1835/M/1868/D/1894/Q/1880; 76 x 78 in.

Provenance:  
Property from a Cincinnati, OH Collector


Condition:  
Minor scattered stains. Thinning and fraying of red fabric throughout. Discoloration to center edge coxcomb. Some moth damage to binding. 
Sold: $922.50
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