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    James Madison: Liverpool Pitcher by Herculaneum Pottery Company. 7.75" tall pitcher with central transfer portrait of "James Maddison [sic] President of the United States of America". The opposite side has a standard "Peace, Plenty and Independence" transfer. An eagle with thirteen stars appears below the spout. Restored spout with light overall aging, one firing blister to the right of the portrait, and a few very faint spider cracks in the blank field. The transfer is unusually crisp and clean. It actually depicts Jefferson and was recycled when Madison became President.
    From the Collection of David and Janice Frent


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    Auction Dates
    February, 2018
    24th Saturday
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