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ROBERT KIDD AMERICAN WOOL COVERLET CIRCA
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ROBERT KIDD AMERICAN WOOL COVERLET CIRCA 1970 W 10' 2" L 10' 5":Handmade wool coverlet, beige in color, with 7 rows of fringe at one side and 4 rows of...


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