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PEWTER CHALICE. ATTRIBUTED TO HENRY WILL
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PEWTER CHALICE. ATTRIBUTED TO HENRY WILL (1734-CIRCA 1802). New York City, 1765-1775; Albany, New York, 1775-1785; New York City, 1785-1802. Attribution...

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