Whaling Scrimshaw Tooth New Bedford 1810 Massachusetts Maritime Town
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A fine carved whaling scrimshaw tooth title signed "NEW BEDFORD 1810" vividly depicting a street-side view of the town buildings, houses, people in the street a cart. According to census records the population in 1810 was 5,651 compared to 93,768 in the year 2000. Add this to your collection and own a unique piece of nautical maritime Americana history.
SIZE: 5" Length, 2 1/2" Width.
- Island Park, New York
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