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A CARVED AND PAINTED CAROUSEL FIGURE
ATTRIBUTED TO THE PHILADELPHIA TOBOGGAN COMPANY, FIRST QUARTER 20TH CENTURY

The highly carved and articulated form depicting a woman with red-painted tulip headdress standing in contrapasto position in a red and black costume with one arm extended (one arm missing, one hand missing)--42½in. high with stand
Literature
-----------. Painted Horses: American Carousel Art, p. 85

Christensen, Edwin O. Early American Woodcarving, p. 62
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