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Ohio Folk Art Carved Nude Figures
4/12/2014 - Americana: Live Salesroom Auction
Al Munding (Ohio, d. 1973). A group of three folk art nude figural carvings by Al Munding, two depicting women, one depicting a man, all on square bases, By Al Munding / Coy Rd / Oregon, Ohio / Toledo / Died 1973-4 written on bottom of each base; tallest ht. 7.25 in. (with base).
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