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Jack-o-Lantern Halloween Luminaries
4/16/2016 - Cleveland Spring Live Salesroom Auction
American, mid-20th century. A group of five papier mâché jack-o-lanterns, three with paper inserts; largest ht. 7, wd. 8.5, dp. 7.5 in.

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One missing wire handle, general wear consistent with age.

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