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WALNUT QUEEN ANNE CHEST ON CHEST 19TH. C. H 61" W 31":D 18". Burl walnut with oak secondary wood. In two parts: chest of four drawers on lower single drawer base. Serpentine front. From the collection of Irene Walt, Huntington Woods, Michigan.


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Date:
2014-10-19

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