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An accredited VETERANS SERVICE OFFICER is available weekly to assist Southampton Town Veterans and their dependents in accessing Veteran Benefits. Call 631 723-3054 for an appointment. Walk-ins welcomed too at the Hampton Bays Community Center, 25 Ponquogue Avenue, Thursdays 10 am to 3 pm,
22 Windmill Lane
10am until evening
Antiques and Modern Paintings, Chip High Boys, 2 part antique mahogany table, Ralph Lauren leather sofa and chairs, red leather Chesterfield sofa, 18th
century corner cabinet.
Modern furniture from chairs, tables, lucite
furniture and tables. 2 Carl Springer snakeskin tables.
Major 18th century and modern paintings. Painting of Louis VIII, Large nude boy painting signed. Signed Ledger litho. 30 circa 1897 signed charcoal nudes of men and women famous Hedy Kleinan paintings (worked with Andy Warhol), 6’ square pointalism
6’ modern signed
Many oriental rugs
Major garden furniture,
11’ tall Carrera marble woman on pedestal
4 Seasons Carrera cupids,
18th century huge marble columns and major wrought iron pieces
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