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    George Washington: Pre-Presidential Liverpool Tankard. 5" Liverpool mug or tankard with transfer portrait of Washington on horseback directing troops in battle. It is titled: "George Washington, Esqr. General and Commander..Chief of the Continental Army in America". The title indicates it may have been manufactured during the course of the Revolutionary War. It is in excellent condition with a crisp transfer and no sign of restoration. Certainly produced during Washington's lifetime, likely in the 1780's. From the Collection of the Late Edward C. Gillette.

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    Auction Dates
    September, 2020
    14th-15th Monday-Tuesday
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