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Wendy's Morristown Antiques Show



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HEADS AND CUTLINES FOR Wendy Morristown Show

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Wendy’s Morristown Antiques Show

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Morristown Antiques Show

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Review And Photos By Nancy J. Vozar

Sixty-Five Exhibitors At National Guard Armory


Set 2 col and 3 cut cutlines

Closeup of an Irish cut silhouette of Captain Joseph and his grandnephew Robert, circa 1840, in the display of Joseph Topping, East Orange, N.J.


Zane Moss of New York City showed a rare pair of large Staffordshire, free-legged, dogs.


A portion of the brass fireplace equipment in the booth of J. Gallagher, North Norwich, N.Y.


Miniature mahogany chest in the booth of The Country Squire Inc, Milton, Mass., with one of the drawers filled with glass eyes.


Oriental rugs displayed by Fardin’s Oriental Rugs of Fairfield, Conn.


This Imari vase with lid, circa 1870, 37 inches high, was in the booth of M.D. Schedlbauer Antiques, New Salem, Mass.


The room setting by Mark Foster/Nattley Veenstra, Yardley, Penn.


One of the long-case clocks in the booth of John and Patricia Snead, McLean, Va.


This Venetian blackamoor figure, Nineteenth Century, in the display of James Butterworth, Nashua, N.H.


Wilson’s Main Line Antiques, Strafford, Penn., showed this Victorian heraldic shield in mahogany.


A Nineteenth Century Imperial officer’s court robe, Greenwich Oriental Art, Greenwich, Conn.


Tibey and Trevor, a pair of Shiatzus owned by Pat and Bill Huestis.


Set of liquor bottles, circa 1870, shown by Tutto dal Mondo, Penn Valley, Penn.

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