14 - 15 June 2016
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A CONTINENTAL POTTERY MODEL OF A RHINOCEROS AND AN AGATEWARE MODEL OF A LION
19TH CENTURY, THE LION PROBABLY APT
10 ½ in. (26.7cm.) long, the rhinoceros; 3.¾ in. (9.5 cm.) long, the lion
Rogers Fund, 1912 (the lion).
Gift of Mrs. Russell S. Carter, 1944 (the rhinoceros).
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