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American Furniture, Art and Collectibles…all things Americana

First Edition First Printing of French Quarter Etchings by W Woodward

PRESENTING a VERY RARE BOOK, namely a, First Edition First Printing of French Quarter Etchings by W Woodward. “French Quarter Etchings of Old New Orleans by William Woodward, Professor of Drawing, Emeritus, The Tulane University of Louisiana, Graduate of Rhode Island School of Design and Massachusetts Normal Art School, Honorary Member American Institute of Architects…

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Vladimir Ryklin Oil on Canvas Cirque de Soleil 2

PRESENTING a GORGEOUS piece of contemporary art, namely, a Vladimir Ryklin Oil on Canvas Cirque de Soleil 2. VLADIMIR RYKLIN: “Born in 1934 and educated in Moscow, USSR, Vladimir Ryklin, upon completion of his studies, took a position with the Central Commercial Art Bureau as an illustrator and poster artist. Ryklin has gained wide recognition as…

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Vladimir Ryklin Oil on Canvas Cirque de Soleil 1

PRESENTING a GORGEOUS piece of contemporary art, namely, a Vladimir Ryklin Oil on Canvas Cirque de Soleil 1. VLADIMIR RYKLIN: “Born in 1934 and educated in Moscow, USSR, Vladimir Ryklin, upon completion of his studies, took a position with the Central Commercial Art Bureau as an illustrator and poster artist. Ryklin has gained wide recognition as…

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Remo Mario Trentini Reverse Oil on Glass

PRESENTING a STUNNING piece of ORIGINAL and HIGHLY DESIRABLE FINE ART, namely a Remo Mario Trentini Reverse Oil on Glass of a Parisiene Picnic and Riverside Scene. This painting was created sometime between 1965 and 1980. It was authenticated and appraised in 2006 by Brian Roughton of Roughton Galleries in Dallas, TX. Remo Mario Trentini…

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Barristers Bookcase of Neat Proportions

PRESENTING a Barristers Bookcase of Neat Proportions. Made of teak and of LOVELY neat proportions. Most Barrister’s Bookcase’s are much wider and taller, such as the classic Globe Wiernicke examples. This one is much narrower and smaller and is ideal for the storage of books or collectibles without taking up much space. It is a…

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Civil War Themed Mahogany Games Table with Sword Legs

PRESENTING a UNIQUE and CUSTOM made Civil War Themed Mahogany Games Table with Sword Legs. This games table was probably made in the early 20th Century and in our opinion was a custom made or commissioned piece as we can find no other like it. It is of EXCEPTIONAL QUALITY with the most gorgeous flame…

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Empire Style Canterbury Side Table

PRESENTING A BEAUTIFUL Empire Style Canterbury Side Table. Made of flame mahogany, ebony and gilt and brass banding. The table has a frieze gallaried top edged in Grecian themed pierced brass molding. It has four supporting columns on each corner with ebony topped pillars and gilt accents. The mid-section of the table is again an…

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19C Large Civil War Era Bronze and Tin Pitcher

PRESENTING a FABULOUS historic treasure of times past, namely, a 19C Large Civil War Era Bronze and Tin Pitcher. From circa 1850, this is an American frontier piece. It appears to be made of bronzed tin with brass and copper elements. Legitimate evidence of age with historic repairs/patches. Holds 2 gallons of liquid. Was most…

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Victorian Eastlake Large and Decorative Easel

PRESENTING a GLORIOUS Victorian Eastlake Large and Decorative Easel. From circa 1880 and American. Made of Walnut. This is a large easel for the display of large paintings or portraits. It stands 80 inches tall and the painting shown on display in the photos is 45″ x 32″. The top of the easel has 3…

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19C New York Signed Etching by Ernest Christian Rost 1891

PRESENTING a RARE New England/New York etching, namely, a 19C New York Signed Etching by Ernest Christian Rost 1891. This is an ORIGINAL etching by E.C. Rost from 1891. It is hand signed by the artist in pencil on the bottom right. The scene is a country or rural scene of a cottage and Country…

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