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Exceptional Pasteboard Band Box
Catalog#: Early Summer 2009
Artist: Not Available 
Category: Folk Art
SubType: {Other}
Origin: America-USA
Era: 18th Century
Height: 11.25 inches
Width: 17.25 inches
Depth: 13.125 inches
The Volunteer Firemen
An Exceptional Pasteboard Band Box, New York, circa 1835.
Its papers, “The Volunteer Firemen” and “The Castles in Spain,” depict the engine received in 1830 by The Eagle Engine Company #13 of New York, and are in shades of browns, whites, and tans on a vibrant blue background. Pasted inside the cover is a trade card that reads: “Joseph L. Freeman at The Old Hat Stand of Joseph S. Tillinghast, Union Street, New Bedford.”
17.25 in. wide, 11.25 in. high, 13.125 in. deep

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