Lot 11    

African American Wooden Doll,
2008, Spring Fine & Decorative Arts, Mar 15th
late 19th century; with jointed arms and legs; 10" long.
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American, ca 1865-85. All hand-sewn in colors of brick red and green; 86" x 89". > Item Details
19th Century Spencerian Composition, Lebanon, Ohio
Lot # 454 - 19th Century Spencerian Composition, Lebanon, Ohio
ink on paperDesigned and Flourished by J.L. Hunsicher at Loers Normal Art Training School, Lebanon, O.27.5" x 20.75" > Item Details
John Sevier 1808 Tennessee Land Grant,
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large folio, partially printed, and signed boldly by Sevier as governor, April 22, 1808, awarding lands to George W. Campbell in Maury County. In a contemporary frame; 12" x 15" (sight), 29" x 18.5" (w/frame). > Item Details
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Three Pairs of Brass Push-Up Candlesticks,
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Four 19th-Century Silhouettes,
Lot # 171 - Four 19th-Century Silhouettes,
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Dish-Top Tea Table,
Lot # 101 - Dish-Top Tea Table,
American, ca 1760-1800, in mahogany with baluster and ring pedestal, arched legs ending in snake feet with pads; 28.125" high x 23.125" diameter. > Item Details
Queen Anne Period Cabinet Brasses,
Lot # 134 - Queen Anne Period Cabinet Brasses,
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mid-Atlantic states, 1790-1810, of cherry with poplar secondary; with fitted interior, the slant front over four graduated cockbeaded drawers, all rising on French flaired feet; 47" high x 41" wide x 19.5" deep. > Item Details
Pair of Clark's <i>Cricklite</i> Fairy Lamp Holders,
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