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c.1940 Mahogany Claw Foot Pie Crust Edge
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c.1940 Mahogany Claw Foot Pie Crust Edge TableProduced by Imperial Furniture of Grand Rapids MI. 1930's to 1940's is a very nice mahogany 30'' pie crust...

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