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AMERICAN OAK CLASSICAL STYLE TALL CASE CLOCK
© IVEY-SELKIRK AUCTIONS, Saint Louis, Missouri, USA

AMERICAN OAK CLASSICAL STYLE TALL CASE CLOCK With a large arched hood, centering an oval cartouche crest, with fine foliate carved frieze, all over the...

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