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American Birds Eye Maple Chest of Drawers,
© LELAND LITTLE AUCTION & ESTATE SALES, Ltd., Hillsborough, NC, USA

American Birds Eye Maple Chest of Drawers, c.1840, cherry, mahogany and bird's eye maple veneer, poplar secondary, two upper side by side beveled drawers...

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