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Northern stoneware jug Charlestown Massachusetts circa 1815 salt glazed ovoid form with tooled spout and coggle wheel decoration stamped with eagle and...

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  • Federal Gilt Gesso Mirror, John Kidder and
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  • Small Charlestown Stoneware Jug, Frederick
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  • Charlestown Pottery Stoneware Jug, Frederick
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  • Mahogany Patent Timepiece or "Banjo" Clock
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  • A Federal mahogany inlaid tall case clock the
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  • Northern stoneware jug Charlestown Massachusetts
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