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Neoclassical Style Oak Overmantel Mirror, Late 19th Century

Item Details

Provenance: Previously hung in the private chambers of U.S. District Court Judge John David Holschuh, Sr. in Columbus, Ohio. Legend has it that this mirror came from the courthouse in Indiana where outlaw Jesse James was tried for his crimes.

Type Wall Mirror
Materials Oak, Glass
Period Antique, Late 19th Century
Style Neoclassical
Shape Rectangular
Back Hanging Brackets
  • Please note, this is an item that may be especially difficult to move and/or transport. Unless the shipping option is selected, the winner is responsible for bringing appropriate assistance, vehicle, proper materials, and any necessary tools to pickup.

Condition

- overall with various scratches, marks, nicks/chips, and abrasions consistent with age and use; scattered finish wear (top of cornice with some stains and paint residue/spatter).

Dimensions

62.5" W x 47.75" H x 5.0" D

Item #

ITMG704361

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