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A Rare and Important American-Made Chippendale Mahogany  Bracket Clock, By Griffith Owen, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Circa 1790.
A Diminutive Chippendale Mahogany Serpentine Games Table, Possibly by John Townsend, Newport Rhode Island, Circa 1780.
Two Important Federal Lolling Chairs, One Bearing the Label of Lemuel Churchill, Boston, Massachusetts, circa 1805.
An Important Federal Mahogany Tall Case ClockThe Impressive Case Attributed To Wood & TaylorFlorida, New York, circa 1811.
An Excellent Sheraton Mahogany and Inlaid Games Table, Salem, Massachusetts, circa 1810-15.
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