Auction ended on January 16th, 2010 UTC
353: Antique Blue and White Jacquard Coverlet
Antique blue and white jacquard coverlet, full size, Connecticut Beauty pattern(?), corner block dated 1850, possibly woven by Sarah LaTourette, 1822-1914, Fountaintown, Indiana, Record Sale in May 2005 for $1,200 Born in Ohio, Sarah moved with her weaver family at the age of six to Fountaintown, IN.
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