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ENGLISH OAK BOX English Oak Table Top Tobacco
© THOMASTON PLACE AUCTION GALLERIES, Thomaston, ME, USA

ENGLISH OAK BOX English Oak Table Top Tobacco or Games Box, ca. 1930s, with two hinged lids, carry handle and beaded edges, two interior compartments lined...

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