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An early 19th-century Dutch wood carved folk art painted figurehead



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An early 19th-century Dutch wood carved folk art painted figurehead
Description

An early 19th-century Dutch wood carved folk art painted figurehead as a sign for an early pharmacy shop. The sticking out tongue symbolizes the pain and asks for a medical treatment. The signs were mounted above the door of the entrance of the pharmacy shop and were very popular. This subject is very desirable by collectors. Circa 1820

An early 19th-century Dutch wood carved folk art painted figurehead as a sign for an early pharmacy shop. The sticking out tongue symbolizes the pain and asks for a medical treatment. The signs were mounted above the door of the entrance of the pharmacy shop and were very popular. This subject is very desirable by collectors. Circa 1820

Dimensions
49 x 30 x 25 cm
Price
Price on request
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