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FOUR STONEWARE PIECES.  American, 4th quarter-19th

FOUR STONEWARE PIECES. American, 4th quarter-19th century. Two-gallon jar incised "West Troy, N.Y. Pottery" with cobalt freehand bird, 9.5"h. 10"dia.... [this item is NOT for sale]

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