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Standing Hollow Pintail Drake Charles S.
© COPLEY FINE ART AUCTIONS, Hingham, MA, USA

Standing Hollow Pintail Drake Charles S. Schoenheider, Sr. (1854 Standing Hollow Pintail DrakeCharles S. Schoenheider, Sr. (1854-1924)Peoria, IL c. 1910Exceptionally...


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