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    Rochester Mug

    What a suprise find when this came out of the mud. Other than a few cracks and a chipped lip not a bad find. Cobalt slip really held up.
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    COOL


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    That's a nice find even with the damage and you can't go wrong with the price being free.

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    Wow, that's a beauty! Damage or no damage, that's a great find. Probably very rare as well. Don't often see advertising items made in that saltglaze style with the blue decoration. Any idea of its age?

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    Mug was made by White's Pottery of Utica NY between 1890-1907 . One is for sale online at Doc's Crocks for $125. Mine has the #20 on the base same as the one for sale. All info I posted is from the Doc Crocks website. A year or so later I dug up the bottle to complete the set.
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    Fantastic pair!



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