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SHAKER FANCYWORK KNIFE BASKET MOUNT LEBANON,
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SHAKER FANCYWORK KNIFE BASKET MOUNT LEBANON, NEW YORK, CIRCA 1880 Of the thousands of fancywork baskets produced by the Shakers at Mount Lebanon during... [this item is NOT for sale]


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