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FOUR PIECES OF ENGLISH PORCELAIN. A brown
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FOUR PIECES OF ENGLISH PORCELAIN. A brown and white Copeland jasperware pitcher. 4 1/2'' h. An early Wedgwood dry ware teapot. 4 1/2'' h. A Prattware cottage...

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