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American Federal Walnut Splay Leg Table:
© BRUNK AUCTIONS, Asheville, NC, USA

American Federal Walnut Splay Leg Table: possibly southern, early 19th century, figured walnut top with astragal corners, single dovetailed drawer, poplar...

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