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ROBERT LOUGHLIN Painted wood side table.
© RAGO ARTS & AUCTION CENTER, Lambertville, New Jersey, USA

ROBERT LOUGHLIN Painted wood side table. Signed KLITACHKO. 19" x 24" x 20"...


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