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    William Henry Harrison: Teapot with Medallion Portraits. 10" wide x 6.25" tall soft paste teapot in the "Log Cabin" pattern. The Harrison homestead with log cabin & cider barrel appear on each side. Portraits of "Maj. Gen. W. H. Harrison" appear on opposite shoulders as well as opposite sides of the lid, for a total of four. Impressed mark of "Adams" on the bottom. There are four chips on the interior lip on which the lid rests. The knob on the lid has been broken off and glued back on. There are three small chips around the edge of the lid. There are two cracks in the bottom part of the handle along with a shallow "glazing" chip. These defects are all typical for this piece of utilitarian ware. The overall condition is quite good.

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    Auction Dates
    February, 2020
    22nd-23rd Saturday-Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 8
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