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Showing 1,722 results for H. P. Sinclaire and Company
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H. P. Sinclaire and Company
1904–5
H. P. Sinclaire and Company
1904–7
Comic Series
1850s–1910s
Jan Steen
ca. 1670
M. Leon
1850s–1910s
H. Grenser
before 1807
Bhawani Das
ca. 1777–82
Nicolas Noël Boutet
ca. 1818–20; exchangeable percussion locks and barrels, dated 1860
E. P. Libby
1850s–1910s
Winchester Repeating Arms Company
1899–1900
John R. Morgan
1936
Smith & Wesson
ca. 1893
George Seeley
1909
Hobbs, Brockunier and Company
1886–90
Charles Cartlidge and Company
ca. 1848–56
Auguste Renoir
1888
Quezal Art Glass and Decorating Company
ca. 1901–20
Quezal Art Glass and Decorating Company
ca. 1901–20
Unknown
1900s
Boston & Sandwich Glass Company
1850–60
Frans Hals
1623
Thomas Hart Benton
1930–31
Georges Seurat
1887–88
Kem Weber
ca. 1934
Fra Filippo Lippi
ca. 1440
Auguste Renoir
1878
Byzantine
ca. 583, reassembled after discovery
ca. 1294–1279 B.C.
Faience Manufacturing Company
1886–90
late 17th–early 18th century
Mount Washington Glass Company
1887–1904
Willets Manufacturing Company
1887–1905
New England Glass Company
ca. 1886
New England Glass Company
1885–88
Japanese
18th century
New England Glass Company
1884–88
Mount Washington Glass Company
ca. 1890–1900
Mount Washington Glass Company
ca. 1885–95
Filippino Lippi
ca. 1483–84
Mary D. Brine
1882