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NEW YORK TWO-GALLON STONEWARE JAR.  Second
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NEW YORK TWO-GALLON STONEWARE JAR. Second half-19th century. Impressed "N. Clark & Co., Lyons", with freehand cobalt flowers, 11"h. ... [this item is NOT for sale]


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