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BID DATE:
01/27/2021 10:11 AM
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CASE #2 LOT OF (12) INTEREST SMALLS

Age and Size: Varies

Rating: 8 – 7

Comments: Twelve great items are included in case #2. (Case not included). All items are in good condition unless noted. A 7” wide horseshoe crab molt with cracking damage only visible underneath. Also, a “Murray Bay” (Canada) 6” hand hooked homestead scene on burlap (loss on edges), a “Stillwater Nature” 3” ceramic pin tray with relief pine branch, a 4 1/2” Russian paper mache hand painted bowl, a 4 1/2” x 5 1/2” zippered pouch cross stitched on both sides, antique 6 1/2” footed wick trimmer and candle snuffer (pivot hinge pin loose), 2 1/4” hinged dome top bone casket box with painted images (bone loss at both ends), a 7” x 9” antique Flemish pyrography burned floral image on a 1/4” thick plywood frame with oval opening, vintage “Belle City” No 000 hair clipper with box and instructions, a 4 1/2” x 3/4” non ferrous cast locomotive with deep bronze finish marked “Strasburg Rail Road”, a 6” white clay pipe marked “Germany” and “TD” and lastly, a hinged wood pipe case circa 1930 with red velvet lining holding a white clay pipe with the stem broken off. The case has a brittle cover with loss and is marked “Warranted French Briar” on the lining.

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