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Darlene Lynch, of Perrysburg, left, and her son Mike Lynch, of Attica, Mich., look at a "carved, decorated pinwheel storage box" of the early 1700s.

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Sri Menon, of Perrysburg, left, and Sandra Frank, of Toledo, looking at antique jewelry with Wendy Stacey, third from left, and Stacey's husband Ian Stacey, right, of Redcoat Antiques of Sleepy Hollow, Illinois.

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Barbara, left, and Jeffery Van Dorn, of Birmingham, Mich., checking out a cross from Peggy Parker, right, of Waterville Antiques, who is holding a mirror for the Van Dorns to see the jewelry.

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This flag was made in 1904 for the Broadway stage production of 'Little Johnny Jones' at the Liberty Theater in New York City. The play was written by and starred George M Cohan. The play only ran for a few months and was not successful until it was renamed 'Yankee Doodle Dandy' and made into the movie in the 1930s

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Susan Hubbard, of Temperance, looks at a piece of 19th century slip-decorated Redware pottery.

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Susan Van der Veer, of Susan Van Der Veer Antiques of Toledo, left, speaking with Ed Hill, also of Toledo, both framed by an early 20th century child's rocking, or glider, horse.

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