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A New Orleans Coin Silver Water Pitcher,
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A New Orleans Coin Silver Water Pitcher, c. 1852-53, marked "K & H" (Christopf Christian Küchler and Adolphe Himmel) "Hyde and Goodrich", "Manufacturer"...

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