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Mahogany with maple secondary woods and upholstery
91.4 × 202.6 × 81.3 cm (36 × 79 3/4 × 32 in.)
Purchased with funds provided by the Antiquarian Society in honor of Milo M. Naeve
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Israel Sack, Inc. Opportunities in American Antiques, brochure 47 (January 1, 1991) p. 24 (ill.).
Art Institute of Chicago, Antiquarian Society, Antiquarian Newsletter, 2 (September 1991) p. 2 (ill.).
New York, Hirschl & Adler Galleries, Neo–Classicism in America: Inspiration and Innovation 1810–1840, Apr. 27–June 7, 1991.
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