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    Uncle Tom's Cabin: Trio of Staffordshire Figurines. Harriet Beecher Stowe's bestseller, "Uncle Tom's Cabin", was instrumental in energizing the anti-slavery movement and accelerating the start of the Civil War. It also spawned souvenir china and countless theatrical productions. This trio of Staffordshire figural groups all depict Uncle Tom and Little Eva. The largest is 10" and has "Uncle Tom" in raised letters on the base. It is in real nice condition with a few, normal firing marks. The second example is 8.5" tall and marked "Uncle Tom & Eva" in raised letters, highlighted in gold, on the base. It is in excellent condition with a very tight horizontal hairline on the backside. The final item is a 5" tall and unmarked. It is in perfect shape. These graced the mantels of many a Civil War era Northern home.

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    Nov-Dec, 2011
    30th-1st Wednesday-Thursday
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