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Plate

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Earthenware transfer-printed, British (American market)
The American Wing, Metropolitan Museum of Art New York NY, Bequest of Mary Mandeville Johnston from the collection of Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. S. Johnston 1914
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Earthenware transfer-printed, British (American market).

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