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    Relics: Four Relics Related to Boston Historic Sites, from the Collection of J. S. Reigart, including: a turned wood plinth, 3.25" high, with a label, "The Old South Meeting House, Boston, Mass. / Erected 1729. Desecrated by British Troops 1775 & 1776"; a wonderful turned wood box, 4.25" high, bearing a paper label, "This box is made of a piece of the Old John Hancock Mansion at Boston, Mass, A.D. 1737"; a turned wood ornament, 5" high, with a paper label on the bottom, "Piece of Faneuil Hall, Boston"; and, a 1.25" turned wood ornament suspended by wire in a sealed glass jar with a card that reads, "Piece of Faneuil Hall, "The Cradle of Liberty", Boston, Burned 1761, Rebuilt 1762, Enlarged 1805".

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    May, 2011
    21st Saturday
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