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    George Washington: Four Relics from the Collection of J. S. Reigart. Including: a wooden slat, 8" x 1", with a paper label that reads, "First Residence of Gen. Washington, No. 1 Cherry St, New York City, April 30th 1789"; a round turned wooden box, 2.25" high and 2" in diameter, with an affixed paper label that reads, "Washington Inaugural Centennial Triumphal Arch, foot of Wall Street, New York City, April 30th, 1889"; a piece of granite, 3" x 1.25", with an affixed paper label that reads, "Corner Stone of the Marble Arch in Washington Square"; and, two pieces of white marble in a 19th Century glass bottle with an affixed paper tag that reads, "Piece of the Washington Arch, Washington Square, New York City, 1789-1889."

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    Auction Dates
    May, 2011
    21st Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 4
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