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Remarkable Pieced and Appliqued Cotton Civil War Memorial Quilt: Remarkable Pieced and Appliqued Cotton Civil War Memorial Quilt, made by Mary Bell Shawvan,...
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13 STAR AMERICAN FLAG. 4' 2" x 9' 6". Wool
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36-Star American Flag From Annin & Co. New
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