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A waterfall engraving is shown with a farmer driving sheep under the same waterfall in a lush green surrounding. The piece is marked engraved by T. Bonnor from a drawing by J.P. Neale for the Beauties of England and Wales. London published by John Harris St. Pauls Churchyard December 1 1813.
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This Plastic Fanbee Doll is Dressed in a Knitted pink dress (60s style) and Lace pattern socks. The girl has eyes that close when you lay her down and lustrous Auburn hair. The markings on her back say she was made in 1965.
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In the early 20th century, dressers were covered with all sorts of trays, hair receivers, pin cushions and personal care items. This is a sterling cuticle pusher and has a shaped pointed end. No decoration, embossing or pattern, this will go with any other pieces you have. Structurally in good condition, this could not be better.
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If you have an interest in military drill formation squad shooting targeting combat charging of troops advance guarding ceremonies battalion reviews and even musical scores for bugle calls. Good illustrations for rope tying and uniforms are shown 240 plus pages in short everything military life covers.
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Great shape for these half moon and star shaped rhinestone screw back earrings. Large center stone with half moon circle going out into 5 smaller rhinestones and sun ray above for reflective surface. Great to wear out in the evening.
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A well-carved profile of a lady looking at a leaf. Her Grecian style hair puts one in mind of classical beauty.
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Long out of print this book is still sealed in plastic for those interested in Texas or Southwestern US art this is a real gem. The plates are good and the landscape works are very appealing.
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The Colton map series are regarded as some of the most accurate of American maps of the world. They were colored in borders of countries and the historical changes of boundaries make these interesting to viewers today.
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The shape of these salt & peppers resembles the end of a trumpet on the base with the gentle flareout. The top has classic castor shape and there is a nice detailing around the base of vertical lines. The interior of the shakers have glass inserts to prevent damage from salt to the silver.
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First Edition this book shows Chinese scrolls porcelain pottery and jade and sculpture. Very well illustrated 375 pages. An excellent reference on scrolls.