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Woven Wool and Cotton Coverlet Depicting the United States Capitol Building, America, c. 1846, two-piece, double weave, navy blue and white coverlet depicting...


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    Harry Tyler, Butterville, Jefferson County, New York, 1845, two-piece double weave coverlet woven with strawberry red wool yarn and natural cotton with a central field of ... [more like this]
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    Coverlet with Alphabet Motif, reportedly originated in Pennsylvania, 1849, two-piece coverlet woven with red, navy, and green wool yarns and natural cotton with a central ... [more like this]
  • Red and White Woven Wool and Cotton Coverlet,
    woven by Harry Tyler, 1801-c. 1858, Butterville, Jefferson County, New York, 1839, two-piece, double weave coverlet woven of red wool and natural cotton with a central field ... [more like this]
  • Blue and White Woven Wool and Cotton Coverlet,
    woven by Harry Tyler, Butterville, Jefferson County, New York, 1843, two-piece, double weave coverlet woven with dark navy wool and natural cotton with a central field of ... [more like this]
  • Woven Wool and Cotton "HEMFIELD RAILROAD"
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  • Wool and Cotton Patriotic and Floral Theme
    Coverlet, woven by Archibald Davidson, Ithaca, Tompkins County, New York, 1835, two-piece, double weave, navy blue wool and natural cotton coverlet depicting a central field ... [more like this]
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    and Two Coverlets, three small pieced cotton patchwork quilts, two ivory knit wool yarn coverlets, an embroidered wool blanket, several cotton and flannel sheets, a ticking ... [more like this]
  • Woven Wool and Cotton Coverlet Depicting
    the "Great Seal" of the United States, reportedly originated from New York State, 1831, one-piece double weave coverlet in navy blue wool and natural cotton, centered with ... [more like this]
  • Two-color Woven Wool and Cotton Coverlet,
    Harry Tyler, Butterville, Jefferson County, New York, 1856, two-piece, double weave coverlet woven with strawberry red wool yarn and natural cotton centered with a large foliate ... [more like this]
  • Three-color Woven Wool and Cotton Coverlet
    with Giraffe Border, America, dated 1852, two-piece, double weave coverlet with red and blue wool and natural cotton, with a central field of intersecting rows of grapevines, ... [more like this]
  • Three-color Woven Wool and Cotton Coverlet
    with Basket of Flowers Motif, Charles Wiand, Allentown, Pennsylvania, 1856, single-piece coverlet with red, navy, and green wool yarns and natural cotton, woven in a design ... [more like this]
  • Four-color Woven Wool and Cotton Tied-beiderwand
    Coverlet with Railroad Car Border, Jacob Lutz, East Hempfield Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, 1848, two-piece coverlet in shades of brick red, scarlet red, blue, ... [more like this]
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    Coverlet, Seifert & Co., Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, mid-19th century, red, green, blue, and white single-piece coverlet with central field of oval floral medallions and ... [more like this]
  • Woven Blue and White Wool and Cotton Coverlet,
    America, 19th century, two-piece, double weave coverlet in a geometric snowflake pattern, fringed on one end, (toning, minor stains, repairs), 82 x 66 in. Estimate $150-250 ... [more like this]
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    early 19th century, a blue and white double-weave coverlet with floral medallions and fruit tree border, with signature lion corner block of Harry Tyler, Butterville, (Jefferson ... [more like this]
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    the United States Capitol Building, America, c. 1846, two-piece, double weave, navy blue and white coverlet depicting a central field with twelve images of the capitol building ... [more like this]
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