$10,000 Puce Dr. Townsends dug in N.O.

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Relicsnstuff

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Not on the other Townsend's that i saw, this one has a lot more pink in it, if you look at hecklers auction number 115, you have to search past auctions, you can see the other townsends, it also had an replaced top, i guess this one has more puce in it.
 

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There was a mint apricot example in the Gardner collection, too. Puce and apricot are quite different, actually. Apricot is more of a yellow orange with pink tones. I don't see a lick of yellow (or orange) in the puce example. Both colors rare as heck, and I can't say that I've seen another in puce. You could post as many pictures of that baby and I'd never get tired of looking at 'em (eg: Rick's eagle).
 

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Doesn't all that depend on the ripeness of the apricot or whatever vegetable like matter your comparing it too? [:D] How green is your forest?
 

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