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RARE NORTH CAROLINA CHIPPENDALE WALNUT CORNER
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RARE NORTH CAROLINA CHIPPENDALE WALNUT CORNER CUPBOARD, FROM THE SHOP OF WILLIAM SEAY (WH CABINETMAKER), CIRCA 1800 having a scroll pediment and carved...

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