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FEDERAL THREE-PART BANQUET DINING TABLE,
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FEDERAL THREE-PART BANQUET DINING TABLE, Circa 1800-1810, probably Mid Atlantic or Southern. Two demilune-shaped ends joining single drop-leaf center section...

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