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Creamware Plate with American Merchant Ship
4/12/2014 - Americana: Live Salesroom Auction
English, 19th century. A black transfer-printed, scalloped-edge creamware plate with hand-colored three-masted ship flying an American flag, unmarked; dia. 9.75 in.

Provenance:  
From the Estate of Kenneth Erwin, Portland, Michigan


Condition:  
Some small chips.
Sold: $184.50
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