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THREE AMERICAN PEWTER POTS.  Early 19th century.
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THREE AMERICAN PEWTER POTS. Early 19th century. Two marked for Rufus Dunham (Maine), 7.5", 12"h., and one for William Lyman (Connecticut), 11.5"h. Imperfections....

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