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    Relics: Three Relics Related to New York Historic Sites, from the Collection of J. S. Reigart, including: a turned wood box, 2" high, from the "Railing U.S. Sub Treasury, Wall Street, April 30th, 1889", included are several newspaper articles in the box; a large turned wood box, 5.25" high, bearing a label reading, "This box is made of the woodwork of the Old Madison Square Garden. Torn down Aug. 1889", the box is stuffed with related newspaper articles and notes; and, a large turned wood cup in the shape of a barrel with a label affixed to the bottom, "Stuyvesant Pear Tree", the tree was planted by Petrus Stuyvesant in 1667 and taken down after it was damages in 1867.

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    May, 2011
    21st Saturday
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