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Charles I.D. Looff Panthers - SOLD Extremely rare – circa 1900 Last operated in New London, CT. This pair of Looff panthers is one of only two known to exist.

Looff Panthers - SOLD Extremely rare – circa 1900 Last operated in New London, CT. This pair of Looff panthers is one of only two known to exist.

Frederick - Albany OR Carousel  by LDM Photography

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Very Rare Looff Carousel Panthers | AntiqueCarousels.com  On Sale:  $21,500

Looff Panthers - SOLD Extremely rare – circa 1900 Last operated in New London, CT. This pair of Looff panthers is one of only two known to exist.

Repurposed Carosel Horses

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Charles I.D. Looff Panthers - SOLD Extremely rare – circa 1900 Last operated in New London, CT.  This pair of Looff panthers is one of only two known to exist.

Looff Panthers - SOLD Extremely rare – circa 1900 Last operated in New London, CT. This pair of Looff panthers is one of only two known to exist.

Antique carousel cat from Dentzel Carousel Company's museum in Albany, Oregon - I must go there!  They own copyright to these animals.

Antique carousel cat from Dentzel Carousel Company's museum in Albany, Oregon. Danielle Ward: "Grand rapids public museum restored a carousel and this cat is in it.

Victorian carousel at Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, pictured by Judy Watt--"The spike, rather than to emulate a unicorn, was actually functional, as armoured knight and armoured horse fought as a unit, both equally lethal. This is demonstrated, again, in the large, prominent, teeth of the armoured horses – this is not a friendly grin . . ."-info from comment posted by Ron-http://squirrelbasket.wordpress.com/2010/09/04/carousel-horses-an-illusion-of-freedom/

Carousel horses – an illusion of freedom

Victorian Carousel Unicorn , San Francisco, at the Golden Gate Park children's playground. Photo by Judy Watt

Exceptional Exotic Carousel Zebra by Karl Muller  Germany  Late 19th c./Early 20th c.  A late 19th century/early 20th century carousel zebra by eminent creater Karl Muller in carved, painted wood. Ex-coll. Muller/Thummel studio in Molbitz, Germany, thence Fabienne and Francois Marchal collection, Gerardmer, France, inventory no. 54. Exhibited Musee des Arts Forain, Paris.

Exceptional Exotic Carousel Zebra by Karl Muller

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