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ANNA POTTERY SALT GLAZE STONEWARE PIG, American,
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ANNA POTTERY SALT GLAZE STONEWARE PIG, American, ca 1876, by Wallace and Cornwall Kirkpatrick, Anna Pottery, Union County, Illinois. An Anna Pottery pig...

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