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A Royal Worcester bone china part coffee
© CANTERBURY AUCTION GALLERIES, Canterbury, Kent, UK

A Royal Worcester bone china part coffee service printed and coloured with botanical sprays comprising - twelve cups and saucers a ditto part tea service...

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