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Pitcher
Maker: Unidentified maker
Country: USA
"Boy Fishing" medal
1934
Maker: Herbert Adams (American, 1858-1945), artist. Struck by Medallic Art Company for The Society of Medalists as their ninth issue
Country: USA
Powder horn
c. 1775
Maker: Unidentified maker
Country: USA
Powder horn
c. 1765
Maker: Unidentified maker
Country: USA
Lowboy
c. 1750-1775
Maker: Unidentified maker
Country: USA
"Abundance" medal
1934
Maker: Albert Laessle (American, 1877-1954), artist. Struck by Medallic Art Company for The Society of Medalists as their tenth issue
Country: USA
Coffee pot
c. 1770-1775
Maker: Samuel Tingley (American, active c. 1762-1796)
Country: USA
Tumbler, "Pointed Panel Daisy and Button" pattern
c. 1894
Maker: McKee & Brothers (American, 1888-1951)
Country: USA
Tumbler, "Jewel and Shell" pattern
c. 1893
Maker: Westmoreland Specialty Company (1889-1921)
Country: USA
Two-gallon jug
1850-1853
Maker: Manufactured by A. Lobdell & Co. for J. M'Donald & Co.
Country: USA
Goblet, "Pointed Panel Daisy and Button" pattern
c. 1894
Maker: McKee & Brothers (American, 1888-1951)
Country: USA
"Pegasus and Men" medal
1933
Maker: Gaetano Cecere (1894-1995), artist. Struck by Medallic Art Company for The Society of Medalists as their eighth issue
Country: USA
Goblet, "Pointed Panel Daisy and Button" pattern
c. 1894
Maker: McKee & Brothers (American, 1888-1951)
Country: USA
Celery vase
early 20th century
Maker: Unidentified maker
Country: USA
"Whatsoever Man Soweth" medal
1932
Maker: Lee Lawrie (1877-1963), artist. Struck by Medallic Art Company for The Society of Medalists as their fifth issue
Country: USA
"Fame and Glory" medal
1933
Maker: C. Paul Jennewein (1890-1978), artist. Struck by Medallic Art Company for The Society of Medalists as their seventh issue
Country: USA
"Hunter - Ruffled Grouse" medal
1930
Maker: Laura Gardin Fraser (American, 1889-1966), artist. Struck by the Medallic Art Company for The Society of Medalists as their first issue
Country: USA
"Hail to Dionysus" medal
1930
Maker: Paul Manship (1885-1966), artist. Struck by Medallic Art Company for The Society of Medalists as their second issue
Country: USA
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