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Sale 289 Lot 542
Sold for US$3,800

Stein & Goldstein painted wood horse carousel figure New York, circa 1909-1925, jumper with horsehair tail, on stand, H66" W14 1/2" L56"

Provenance: South Carolina collection

Other Notes: Solomon Stein and Harry Goldstein were both excellent carvers who worked for William Mangels before opening their shop in 1906. They produced carousels of their own distinct style, retained ownership and set themselves up for operation as concessionaires. The carousel in Central Park is a great example of a Stein & Goldstein machine.
Estimate $ 800-1,200

Condition statement: restored condition.

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