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AMERICAN HANGING CORNER CUPBOARD AND MIRROR.
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AMERICAN HANGING CORNER CUPBOARD AND MIRROR. Third quarter-20th century, curly maple. Cupboard with paneled door. 28.5"h. 24"w. 12"d. And a Chippendale-style...

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