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Oakleaf wrote at 2014-11-12 00:22:11
This is in fact an Anderson galloper, made down the road from here in Bristol, England. The ''Lychnis'' flower on the bridle [headband] and the forehead tassel and the carving as a whole is without doubt Anderson.  


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Bruce W. Zubee

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I can answer any questions regarding antique carousel horses, menagerie figures and any type of carousel component. I can also answer questions regarding other antique wooden horses.

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Over thirty years experience in the restoration, sale and appraisal of antique carousel figures other carousel components and related items

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National Carousel Assn.

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www.carousels.com, Carousel Times Magazine   Currently Editor/Publisher of Carousels.com and CarouselStores.com
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