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94-PIECE CHARLES FIELD HAVILAND LIMOGES PORCELAIN
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94-PIECE CHARLES FIELD HAVILAND LIMOGES PORCELAIN DINNER SERVICE, Circa 1878. Including: twelve dinner plates, twelve luncheon plates, eleven salad plates,...

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