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Harry A. Root and Curtis Chapin Palmer European Decorative Arts Purchase Fund; funds provided by the Antiquarian Society; Mary Waller Langhorne Memorial, Mary Swissler Oldberg European Decorative Arts, and European Decorative Arts General Sales Proceeds funds; purchased with funds provided by Neville and John H. Bryan; Eloise Martin, Richard T. Crane, Jr. Memorial, and Kay and Frederick Krehbiel funds; through prior purchase with funds provided by the Antiquarian Society; European Decorative Arts Purchase Account, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Varley, John G. and Emma A. Notter Memorial, Harry and Maribel G. Blum, and European Decorative Arts General funds; purchased with funds provided by of Eloise Martin
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