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THREE PIECES ROSEVILLE AMERICAN ART POTTERY:
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THREE PIECES ROSEVILLE AMERICAN ART POTTERY: "Bleeding Heart" vase, #651-3", green glaze, 3.5"H; "Clematis" flower pot, #668-5", blue, 5.25"H; and "Magnolia"...

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