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Jeremiah Theus  (Charleston, South Carolina/Swiss,
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Jeremiah Theus (Charleston, South Carolina/Swiss, 1719-1774) Young William Branford (1756-1776), circa 1765, unsigned, oil on canvas, 30-1/2 x 25-3/8...

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    Attributed to Jeremiah Theus (South Carolina 1716-1774), oil on canvas portrait of a gentleman, 34" x 29". Provenance: A Pennsylvania estate. Condition Relined. Old dark varnished ... [more like this]
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    1719-1774) Young William Branford (1756-1776), circa 1765, unsigned, oil on canvas, 30-1/2 x 25-3/8 in.; original 18th century British carved and gilt wood frame,. Notes: ... [more like this]
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    Josias Allston (nee Ann Proctor), signed lower left "Theus 1756, " oil on canvas, MESDA label verso ref no. 9117, 1/12/79, 29-3/4 x 24-3/4 in. ; early wood frame, 35-1/4 x ... [more like this]
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    Bryan, John M. ROBERT MILLS ARCHITECTURE. Washington: American Inst. of Architects Press, 1989.Burton, E. Milby. CHARLESTON FURNITURE 1700-1825. Narberth, PA: Livingston Co., ... [more like this]
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