16-tin Pie Safe in Original. This is circa 1840  made of Southern Heart Pine. Paint decorated in wonderful Original Red over Mustard paint. The 16 tins are all original, in beautiful tombstone design, each one original. This pie safe is pegged  mortised, 2 doors over 2 drawers w/original pulls.The drawers are dovetailed w/hand chamfered bottoms. 2 shelves inside are single boards 21" wide. Wooden latches appear to be original. This Pie Safe comes from the Jarratt Plantation, Yadkin County…

16-tin Pie Safe in Original. This is circa 1840 made of Southern Heart Pine. Paint decorated in wonderful Original Red over Mustard paint. The 16 tins are all original, in beautiful tombstone design, each one original. This pie safe is pegged mortised, 2 doors over 2 drawers w/original pulls.The drawers are dovetailed w/hand chamfered bottoms. 2 shelves inside are single boards 21" wide. Wooden latches appear to be original. This Pie Safe comes from the Jarratt Plantation, Yadkin County…

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Tombstone, costume design by Joseph Porro. Sam Elliot as  Virgil Earp
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tombstone designs headstones | Promotional Tree Shaped Tombstone, Buy Tree Shaped Tombstone Promotion ...

tombstone designs headstones | Promotional Tree Shaped Tombstone, Buy Tree Shaped Tombstone Promotion ...

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Tombstone design | ... >American Tombstone >Granite Tombstone, Carving Tombstone Design

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Paper Money of the United States: 1886 Ten Dollar Silver Certificate “Tombstone Note”  1886 $10 silver certificates are often called tombstone notes because the portrait of Hendricks appears to be inside a frame which is in the shape of a tombstone. The tombstone design may not be an accident by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing.  Thomas Hendricks died just a few months before his image was used on 1886 $10 silver certificates.

Paper Money of the United States: 1886 Ten Dollar Silver Certificate “Tombstone Note” 1886 $10 silver certificates are often called tombstone notes because the portrait of Hendricks appears to be inside a frame which is in the shape of a tombstone. The tombstone design may not be an accident by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. Thomas Hendricks died just a few months before his image was used on 1886 $10 silver certificates.

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