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EGYPTIAN REVIVAL EXTENDING BOOKENDS Circa
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EGYPTIAN REVIVAL EXTENDING BOOKENDS Circa 1920's, Casting numbered 9830, Size: 5 1/2" by 6 1/2", Extended size: 13" by 22 1/2"...

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