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Pair of Worcester "Dr. Wall" Period Porcelain
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Pair of Worcester "Dr. Wall" Period Porcelain Tea Plates, third quarter 18th century, the blue and white plates in "Flowers and Insects" decor, dia. 7".... [this item is NOT for sale]


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