Monday, May 12, 2008
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Late 19th Century Hand-Made Drum. This wooden drum is a nice display piece with tension ropes and tacked sides. The heads have come loose from the shell of the drum, and there is a 6" tear along the edge of the top head. The snares are intact along the bottom head. The drum comes in a custom-made wooden box with a pair of mahogany drumsticks that are of 20th century construction.
Sold for: $286.80 (includes BP) Bid Source: Live: Floor
Ended: Jun 24, 2007
Lot: 74250 Auction: 663
Heritage Auction Galleries, www.Heritage.HA.com
at May 12, 2008
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