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STAR OF TEXAS (continued from page 3)
silver, metalware, jewelry, vintage
clothing, Indian, cowboy and architectural
artifacts. For those who love antiques,
welcome to a show that is as
big, as bold, and as beckoning as the
beautiful state it honors.



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