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PAIR AMERICAN FEDERAL GAMES TABLES, 19th
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PAIR AMERICAN FEDERAL GAMES TABLES, 19th century, mahogany. Lobed corners over conforming frieze with plaque; ring-and-baluster turned supports with foliate...

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