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    William Henry Harrison: A Child's Tea Set In the Columbia Star Pattern, From the 1840 Campaign. Consisting of teapot, sugar bowl, creamer, and one cup and saucer. Each is decorated with an image of Harrison's North Bend, Ohio log cabin. The three larger, hollow pieces are all in excellent condition. Oddly, the least significant component, the cup and saucer, are less than perfect. The saucer has some browning and a minor chip on the bottom, while the cup has a hairline crack and a small area of restoration. A very nice and scarce grouping, ranging in height from 2" for the cup and saucer to 4.5" for the teapot.

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    Auction Dates
    May, 2009
    13th-14th Wednesday-Thursday
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