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Democratic Rose Quilt
4/12/2014 - Americana: Live Salesroom Auction
American (Pennsylvania), 1853. A quilt featuring nine appliqué Democratic Rose patterns in red, green and orange fabric on a finely quilted white ground with feather stitching with floral stitch accents, having a meandering flowering vine border and green binding; 94 x 94 in. 

Note: Attached is a card, probably late 19th century, indicating that the quilt was made by Mrs J.N. Baxter in 1853.


Provenance:  
Property from a Cincinnati, OH Collector


Condition:  
Good condition. Scattered staining. 
Sold: $1,320.00
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