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/National Union have old Jamestown NY secretarydesk possible. Want information on how the investigation is 1820?

Need to find information on this old piece. He said there are 13 squares of glass representing 13 colonies in fact maybe 40 years after the colonies could date back in far in 1820, but not sure. Item in excellent condition. The brand name National Union of Jamestown, NY Any information on how to investigate this piece will be greatly appreciated. Has screwed / nailed to the plate shield knight on horseback, the horse standing on its hind legs and said that the National Union of Population James NY. Stands tall with the two top pieces sweep up towards vertical tail. The upper section shows bottles of articles center height open to write in small boxes with

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