The China Collector's Pocket Companion by Mrs. Bury Palliser

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Low, 1875 - Pottery - 164 pages
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Page 63 - Flesclijes (The Three Porcelain Bottles). Hugo Brouwer. 68 to 70 Thart (The Stag). Hendrik van Middeldyk. 71 De twee Scheepjes (The Two Ships). Anth. Pennis. 72 to 74 De Porceleyne Schootel (The Porcelain Dish). Johannes van Duyn. 75 De Vergulde Blompot (The Gilded Flower Pot). P. Verburg. 76 De Porcelyn Flea (The Porcelain Bottle).
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