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Philadelphia Federal Card Table Attributed to Anthony Quervelle


Very beautiful American Federal games table. Flip-top with concertina movement. Attributed to the workshop of Philadelphia cabinet maker, Anthony Quervelle, circa 1825. Retains original / old finish and patina.


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  • Condition
    Excellent. Retains original finish and patina to base, central support and apron. Top section refinished about 40 years ago. Small fleck of venner missing on side. Age split to front apron. All original working parts and construction. No repairs!!.
  • Wear
    Wear consistent with age and use.
  • Dimensions

    H 29 in. x W 35 in. x D 17.5 in.

    H 73.66 cm x W 88.9 cm x D 44.45 cm

  • Seller location
    New York, NY
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