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Inlaid mahogany card table, Massachusetts, having a serpentine top with satinwood and ebony inlaid edges and turret corners above a bird's-eye maple frieze with mahogany banding, raised on faux bamboo turned legs. Piece of yellowed paper attached (shellacked?) to bottom of table reads "This table was the property of my grandmother Newhall at the time of her marriage in eighteen hundred and 12 (1812) My cousin Josephine Newhall now gives it to me and my son Henry B. Jr. and at our death to my br--- Charles-- and his sons Charl--Henry B. Ne--" (bottom pieces torn and missing).
Location:2715 Q St. NW,District Of Columbia,Washington,20007