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Important Pair of American Gothic Revival
© NEW ORLEANS AUCTION GALLERIES, Louisiana, LA, USA

Important Pair of American Gothic Revival Oak Armchairs, mid-19th century, probably New Orleans, each with a tall back with boldly carved crockets over...


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