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688. Ansonia Art Nouveau Mantle Clock, ca.
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688. Ansonia Art Nouveau Mantle Clock, ca. early 20th Century Figurative mantel clock in gilt, apprx 16"H x 11"W at base, 3-3/4" clock dial. On face...


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