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BRASS OIL LAMP, AND STAR AND PUNTY WHALE
© COWANS, Cincinnati, OH, USA

BRASS OIL LAMP, AND STAR AND PUNTY WHALE OIL LAMP American, 20th century, a brass chamber stick oil lamp, ht. 7.5 in; and a 19th Century Boston and Sandwich...

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