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FIVE PIECES OF REDWARE.  American  19th century.
© GARTH'S AUCTIONS, Delaware, OH, USA

FIVE PIECES OF REDWARE. American 19th century. Four pie plates two with coggled rim and one with yellow slip decoration. 7'' to 10''d. And a food mold... [this item is NOT for sale]


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