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SIX PIECES OF OHIO POTTERY.  Ohio  second
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SIX PIECES OF OHIO POTTERY. Ohio second quarter of 20th century. A Roseville pink Thornapple double handled vase with impressed ''Roseville 810-6'' ...

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