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05/23/2019 04:59 AM
DISPLAY BOX WITH (33) PIECE ASSORTMENT
Age and Size: Varies
Comments: Here is a partial list of items in this lot: Hand painted fine porcelain Danbury Mint figurine “Madonna Della Sedia”, a ceramic bell with shamrocks, a boxed set of (4) natural solid sandstone coaster with “H” monogram, (6) small and (2) large blown glass plant waterers, Phaltzgraff Platter for bread, stainless nickel spoon with patterned bowl, boxed “Speedball” linoleum cutter, a spelter figurine of a seated gentleman marked “Muller's Sons 1884”, a small footed bowl with floral silver overlay, an etched colorless glass globe creamer, (2) painted spring driven mini clocks (one key, no pendulum), an oval pressed glass condiment/olive bowl, a dollhouse brass pot, a carved Aztek Mayan stone head, a colorless ribbed glass canister with wood top, a carved coconut monkey, a paper parasol, a mini brown jug, (6) mini blown glass animals and a metal souvenir with a boy and swordfish from Hyannis, MA (broken on fish). All in nice condition except as noted.
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