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Indian Baskets.
Navajo Blankets.
Camphor Chests.
Jewelry and Gems.
Dainty Miniatures.
Fine Ivory Carvings.
Exquisite Drawn Work.
Old Mexican and Mission Relics.
Alaskan and South Sea Products.
Spanish Embroidered Shawls and Rebosos.
Odd bits in Boxes, Chains, Bags and Spoons.
Mission and Colonial Brasses, Coppers, Silver.
Oil and Water-Color Paintings, of local scenery, by leading California artists.

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The Alaskan collection will prove highly instructive, as there are over 2000 remarkable examples of Eskimo and Indian handicraft. 
At my old location, 41 and 43 South Raymond Avenue, you will find a beautiful collection of Japanese and Chinese goods.

Grace Nicholson,
46 North Los Robles Ave., 
Pasadena.



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