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    Washington & Lafayette: Three Ceramic Pieces. Early historical items are very hard to find. Here we have two cups and a small pitcher from the early 19th century: 1) Stafordshire child's mug with patriotic transfer and "To Washington" in the motto. Chip along the edge as well as a hairline crack and repair to the base. 2.75" tall. 2) Canary yellow childs mug with transfer. Crack runs around the handle to the base. Circa 1810 English. 2.75" tall. 3) Copper Luster Lafayette and the Surrender to Cornwallis, nice repair to the spout with the band around the center in red. The transfers are clean and otherwise in great condition. 3.5" tall.

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    Auction Dates
    May, 2011
    21st Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 3
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