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Potthast Brothers American Classical style carved mahogany partners' desk Baltimore MD second quarter-20th century; branded mark 31 in. H. 70 in. W. 34...

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    carved mahogany partners' desk Baltimore MD second quarter-20th century; branded mark 31 in. H. 70 in. W. 34 in. D. Estimate $ 600-900 Sun bleaching dings scratches. ... [more like this]
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  • American Classical style inlaid mahogany
    split-pedestal dining room table, Potthast Brothers, Baltimore, Maryland early 20th century; with three extension leaves, 29 in. H., 54 in. Diam., 18 1/2 in. leaves ... [more like this]
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