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Tin Wall Sconce, ca. 1930:  New Mexico, Revival
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Tin Wall Sconce, ca. 1930: New Mexico, Revival Tin Wall Sconce ca. 1930 9 x 19 x 5 1/4 in. Punched tin. Electrically fitted. Provenance: The Joseph Pytka...

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