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Eliphalel 2 month s ago
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I have no where I could display this (and I think I looked it up before and couldn't possibly afford one) but I really want this...
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This would be more interesting if it was a copy of Peter Rabbit, (Beatrix Potter was actually a Mycologist, and there's your useless info for the day)
       
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Rhoda 2 month s ago
#2 ... those steamer trunks were manufactured like that. I've had a few in my shop when I was selling antiques. Some only had a few drawers and some of the fancier ones were covered in leather rather than the typical shellacked green canvas.
       
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Dicy 2 month s ago
#35 More curious why there is a devil type figure in right hand top corner blowing on trumpets with his @$$
       
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Olph 1 month ago
#24 Iconic!

btw: where is Konrad von Hochstaden?
       
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Miriam 1 month ago
#8 It might be 400 years old but I question if it was abandoned for 400 years. There should be more growth and infiltration of other plants. 50-80 years sometime around WW2 it stopped being cut.
       
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