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Keystone View Company
1860s–1910s
Francis Hendricks
1850s–1910s
Unknown
1850s–1910s
Unknown
1850s–1910s
Winslow Homer
1895; reworked by 1901
Comic Series
1850s–1910s
William Sidney Mount
1840–41
Unrecorded Edgefield District potter
ca. 1850–80
Louis C. Tiffany
ca. 1891–93
George Nakashima
1986–87
Matthew Pratt
1765
John Trumbull
1789
Sanford Robinson Gifford
1862
George Nakashima
1986–87
Augustus Saint-Gaudens
ca. 1881–83
Edward Burr
ca. 1836–50
Gustave Herter
ca. 1860
John Henry Belter
1850–60
Louis C. Tiffany
ca. 1904
Thomas W. Commeraw
1796–1819
John Trumbull
1780
William Merritt Chase
ca. 1892
Charles Calverley
1869; carved 1881
Louis C. Tiffany
1908
American
1907–9
Paulding Farnham
1889–96
Gustave Herter
ca. 1855
Marcus and Co.
ca. 1900
Benjamin Randolph
ca. 1769
Unknown
1851–52
American
1679
American Pottery Manufacturing Company
1833–50
American Porcelain Manufacturing Company
1853–56
Sadler and Green
1752–96
Rickenbacker, Inc.
ca. 1934
American
1924
Loud & Brothers
1831
John F. Stratton
ca. 1880
Clark Jones
1924
Germaine Vittu
1942