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FEDERAL MAHOGANY AND FIGURED MAPLE STAND
© THE POTOMACK COMPANY, Alexandria, VA, USA

FEDERAL MAHOGANY AND FIGURED MAPLE STAND having a rectangular top with outset round corners over a conforming case with two figured maple veneered drawer...

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