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SHAKER MIRROR HOLDER NEW LEBANON, NEW YORK,
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SHAKER MIRROR HOLDER NEW LEBANON, NEW YORK, CIRCA 1840 Butternut and pine with original red stain and three hardwood pegs. Height 26 inches, width 13...

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