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Coin Silver Tea Service of Southern Interest,
© LELAND LITTLE AUCTION & ESTATE SALES, Ltd., Hillsborough, NC, USA

Coin Silver Tea Service of Southern Interest, comprised of three pieces including: teapot (8"), cream jug with hinged cover (6.5"), and a lidded sugar...


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