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NEW ENGLAND INLAID MAHOGANY TAMBOUR DESK,
© NORTHEAST AUCTIONS, Portsmouth, NH, USA

NEW ENGLAND INLAID MAHOGANY TAMBOUR DESK, ATTRIBUTED TO JOHN SEYMOUR, PERHAPS WITH THOMAS SEYMOUR, PORTLAND, MAINE OR BOSTON. A large number of design...

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