10 - 12 July 2007
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A GROUP OF CONTINENTAL CERAMIC FIGURES OF ROOSTERS AND TWO OVAL PAINTED PLAQUES,
20TH CENTURY, VARIOUS MAKERS
The largest rooster 20in. (50.7cm.) high (12)
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One of the roosters has a restored chip to the base.
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