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19th C. NC Stoneware Jar, signed G. Wolf
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19th C. NC Stoneware Jar, signed G. Wolf Rare 19th century North Carolina salt-glazed stoneware pottery jar stamped "G. Wolf" on one lug handle with an...

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  • 19th C. NC Stoneware Jar, signed G. Wolf:
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