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Apostles Jug With Lid, 1842 (CH 18707949)

Apostles Jug With Lid, 1842 (CH 18707949)

Highly decorative cream jug with detail on the body, spout and handle. The center has panels depicting figures in an outdoor scene. Jug has a hinged metal lid.

Botanical Plate, 1752–56 (CH 18411445)

Botanical Plate, 1752–56 (CH 18411445)

Deep well; marli with wavy rim, turned up slightly. Thick purple stem with three large greenish-yellow and two small green leaves. Flower yellowish curly petals around massed anthers. Small sprig of blue mornin... More

Botanical Plate, 1752–56 (CH 18411445-2)

Botanical Plate, 1752–56 (CH 18411445-2)

Deep well; marli with wavy rim, turned up slightly. Thick purple stem with three large greenish-yellow and two small green leaves. Flower yellowish curly petals around massed anthers. Small sprig of blue mornin... More

Bottle (England), ca. 1770 (CH 18647961)
Bottle (England), ca. 1770 (CH 18647961-2)
Box (England), ca. 1760 (CH 18647955)

Box (England), ca. 1760 (CH 18647955)

Small white porcelain box with gild metal closure. Decorative scene depicting figures in the outdoors.

Figure (England), ca. 1765 (CH 18312931)

Figure (England), ca. 1765 (CH 18312931)

“Ranelagh” type figures. A) A cavalier dressed in pink knee-breeches, a pink cloak, and orange waistcoat with flowers and green sleeves. B) Lady dressed in orange skirt with large rosettes, pink bodice edged wi... More

Figure (England), ca. 1765 (CH 18312931-2)

Figure (England), ca. 1765 (CH 18312931-2)

“Ranelagh” type figures. A) A cavalier dressed in pink knee-breeches, a pink cloak, and orange waistcoat with flowers and green sleeves. B) Lady dressed in orange skirt with large rosettes, pink bodice edged wi... More

Jardiniere (England), 1765 (CH 18176841)

Jardiniere (England), 1765 (CH 18176841)

Oval, with shaped edge and simple wire handles. Neutral brown field, long elliptical medallions on front and back, enclosing Chinese landscape, in color and slightly in relief.

Jardiniere (England), 1765 (CH 18176841-2)

Jardiniere (England), 1765 (CH 18176841-2)

Oval, with shaped edge and simple wire handles. Neutral brown field, long elliptical medallions on front and back, enclosing Chinese landscape, in color and slightly in relief.

Medallion (England), late 18th century (CH 68730605)

Medallion (England), late 18th century (CH 68730605)

Medallions in style of Wedgwood Jasperware; a twenty-petaled white flower on blue ground. Central hole indicates they may have been intended for buttons. Components a/c is on card 4

Medallion (England), late 18th century (CH 68730617)

Medallion (England), late 18th century (CH 68730617)

Circular and lozenge shaped medallions or mounts in the style of wedgwood jasperware; ornamented with medusa head, shown full face against rays arranged to for a lognge; whte on blue ground. Components a,b are on card 4

Nineveh Jug, ca. 1851 (CH 18641713)

Nineveh Jug, ca. 1851 (CH 18641713)

Jug with spreading foot and twisted handle in the form of a snake. Molded relief decoration showing Assyrian lamassu. Cuneiform below lip. Metal lid with floral knob.

Pitcher (England), 1800–1830 (CH 18707613-2)

Pitcher (England), 1800–1830 (CH 18707613-2)

Bulbous pitcher in yellow with pointed spout and angular and curved handle. Black border on rim and base. Depicts young man collecting wheat in circular frame. Below, inscribed: “APPLICATION”.

Pitcher (England), 1855 (CH 18633373)

Pitcher (England), 1855 (CH 18633373)

Parian ware, with coats of arms of the nations contributing to the exhibition of 1855 in relief, with strapwork ornament.

Pitcher (England), 1868 (CH 18806095) (cropped)

Pitcher (England), 1868 (CH 18806095) (cropped)

Tall pitcher. Exterior molded with relief figures of a twisted branch at base, surmounted by relief figured (two make, two female) in medieval dress, against simulated stone wall of a tower. Upper portion with ... More

Pitcher (England), 1868 (CH 18806095)

Pitcher (England), 1868 (CH 18806095)

Tall pitcher. Exterior molded with relief figures of a twisted branch at base, surmounted by relief figured (two make, two female) in medieval dress, against simulated stone wall of a tower. Upper portion with ... More

Pitcher (England), ca. 1905 (CH 18638711)
Plaque (England), possibly 1909 (CH 18210629) (cropped)

Plaque (England), possibly 1909 (CH 18210629) (cropped)

Square with white decoration on greenish-blue ground consists of a kneeling woman wearing conical hat, long robe, watering a plant in classical vase at left, from which a cherub rises.

Teapot And Cover (England), ca. 1800 (CH 18185679)

Teapot And Cover (England), ca. 1800 (CH 18185679)

Oval, with straight spout and shaped handle. Brown field, with decoration in gilt of festooned foliage. Contains muslin bag for tea leaves.

Tile (England), 1888–98 (CH 18394163)

Tile (England), 1888–98 (CH 18394163)

Square tile of buff clay with grog added. Glossy brown glaze over two relief lions with incised outlines. Stamped on back with double wing surrounded by "W. De Morgan 2 Co Sand's End Pottery"

Tile (England), 1888–98 (CH 18394181)

Tile (England), 1888–98 (CH 18394181)

Square tile of reddish buff clay with grog added. Brilliant greenish blue colored glaze, crazed. Stamped with double wing on back, surrounded by "W. De Morgan 2 Co Sand's End Pottery"

Tile (England), 18th century (CH 18345905)

Tile (England), 18th century (CH 18345905)

Square tile. Medallion enclosing landscape with shepherdess seated on a fountain at the right, and animals at left. Colors: manganese, pale green, deep blue, chrome yellow and brick red.

Tile (England), mid-18th century (CH 18345911-2)

Tile (England), mid-18th century (CH 18345911-2)

Square tile with decoration in manganese on a white ground. Subject: a medallion enclosing a landscape at the shore, with two boats, figures rowing; large sponged tree at left. Symmetrical ornaments at the corners.

Wall Bracket (England), ca. 1890 (CH 18209759)

Wall Bracket (England), ca. 1890 (CH 18209759)

A putto, wings outstretched and hands raised, supporting a semicircular shelf with moldings in pâte-sur-pâte.

Handle (England), 1750–1800 (CH 18177941), Chelsea porcelain manufactory

Handle (England), 1750–1800 (CH 18177941), Chelsea porcelain manufacto...

Tapering cylindrical from curved at broad end; decorated with ellipitical panels containing landscapes with birds, with borders and floral ornament in gold on a blue ground. Knife handle

Plate (England), 1753–56 (CH 18411449), Chelsea porcelain manufactory

Plate (England), 1753–56 (CH 18411449), Chelsea porcelain manufactory

Deep well, marli with wavy rim, turned up. Decoration showing flowering plants and insects. Brown line at rim.

Plate (England), 1753–56 (CH 18411449-2), Chelsea porcelain manufactory

Plate (England), 1753–56 (CH 18411449-2), Chelsea porcelain manufactor...

Deep well, marli with wavy rim, turned up. Decoration showing flowering plants and insects. Brown line at rim.

Architas Medallion, 1767–1780 (CH 18177795)

Architas Medallion, 1767–1780 (CH 18177795)

Oval, with molded border. Bearded head and shoulder portrait, in profile to right, Archytas (ca. 428–347 B.C.).

Charles de Marquetel de Saint-Denis Portrait Medallion, 1767–1780 (CH 18177767)

Charles de Marquetel de Saint-Denis Portrait Medallion, 1767–1780 (CH ...

Oval, with molded border. Bust with head in profile facing left, of Charles de Marquetel de Saint-Denis, Seignor de Saint-Evremond (1610–1730. Slot at top for wire loop.

Flavian Julia Helena Portrait Medallion, 1767–1780 (CH 18177831)

Flavian Julia Helena Portrait Medallion, 1767–1780 (CH 18177831)

Oval, with molded border. Head in profile to right, of Flavian Julia Helena, wife of Julian of Apostate, Roman Emperor (ca. 331–363 A.D.).

Flavius Sabinus Vespasianus Titus Portrait Medallion, 1764–1780 (CH 18177773)

Flavius Sabinus Vespasianus Titus Portrait Medallion, 1764–1780 (CH 18...

Oval, with molded border. Head and shoulder portrait, in profile to right. Flavius Sabinus Vespasianus Titus (ca. 40–81) wears a wreath tied with ribbon. Slot at top for suspension.

Framed Plaque, ca. 1780 (CH 18391633)

Framed Plaque, ca. 1780 (CH 18391633)

Horizontal oval plaque of solid blue jasperware, with darker blue slip and white relief, showing three putti pulling and coaxing a goat. A fourth putto carries grapes. Oblong black and gilt wooden frame with cu... More

Henry II Medallion, 1767–1780 (CH 18177815)

Henry II Medallion, 1767–1780 (CH 18177815)

Oval, with molded border. Head in profile to right with crown, Henry II (1133–1189). Slot at top for suspension.

James II Portrait Medallion, 1767–1780 (CH 18177809)

James II Portrait Medallion, 1767–1780 (CH 18177809)

Oval, with molded border. Head in profile to left with crown, James II (1633–1701). Slot at top for suspension.

Pittacus of Mytilene Portrait Medallion, 1767–1780 (CH 18177859)

Pittacus of Mytilene Portrait Medallion, 1767–1780 (CH 18177859)

Oval, with molded border. Head of bearded man in profile to left. Pittacus of Mytilene, Lesbos (650–570 B.C.).

Plaque, 19th century (CH 18135625)

Plaque, 19th century (CH 18135625)

Blue and white Jasperware plaque, a vertical panel with arched ends, containing two female figures in flowing robes, walking to the left. Figure on right carries basket of grapes which her companion turns to see.

Plaque, ca. 1778 (CH 18391635)

Plaque, ca. 1778 (CH 18391635)

Vertical oval plaque, pale blue solid jasper body with darker slip and white relief showing a youth, nude except for drapery falling from shoulder. He stands in left profile and hold bowl in one hand. In black ... More

Poppaea Sabina Portrait Medallion, 1767–1780 (CH 18177851)

Poppaea Sabina Portrait Medallion, 1767–1780 (CH 18177851)

Oval, with molded border. Head in profile to right Poppaea Sabina (30–65 A.D.), wife Emperor Nero.

Portrait Medallion, 1767–1780 (CH 18177803)

Portrait Medallion, 1767–1780 (CH 18177803)

Oval, with molded border. Head in profile to left with imperial crown, George II (1683–1760). Slot at top for suspension.

Prusias I Portrait Medallion, 1767–1780 (CH 18177789)

Prusias I Portrait Medallion, 1767–1780 (CH 18177789)

Oval, with molded border. Head and shoulder portrait, in profile to right, Prusias I, King of Bithynia (ca. 237–192 BC).

Ptolemy II Portrait Medallion, 1767–1780 (CH 18177845)

Ptolemy II Portrait Medallion, 1767–1780 (CH 18177845)

Oval, with molded border. Head in profile to right, Ptolemy II Philadelphus, King of Egypt (309–246 B.C.).

Theophrastus of Eresus Portrait Medallion, 1767–1780 (CH 18177823)

Theophrastus of Eresus Portrait Medallion, 1767–1780 (CH 18177823)

Oval, with molded border. Head in profile to right, of Theophrastus of Eresus, Lesbos (ca. 372 –287 B.c.).

Voltaire Portrait Medallion, 1767–1780 (CH 18177781)

Voltaire Portrait Medallion, 1767–1780 (CH 18177781)

Oval, with molded border. Head and shoulder portrait, in profile to left, showing François-Marie Arouet, Voltaire (1694–1778). Slot at top for suspension.

Covered Dish With Tray, ca. 1775 (CH 18312443), Worcester Royal Porcelain Company

Covered Dish With Tray, ca. 1775 (CH 18312443), Worcester Royal Porcel...

Oval dish with underglaze stippling in imitation of Chinese powder blue glaze. Rocaille medallions, framed by gilded scrolls, and enclosing birds and butterflies. Handles in the form of twigs, with peach blosso... More

Cup And Saucer, ca. 1770 (CH 18350407-2), Worcester Royal Porcelain Company

Cup And Saucer, ca. 1770 (CH 18350407-2), Worcester Royal Porcelain Co...

Simple cup without handle; outcurving side with cylindrical foot, with curved side. Decoration of floral sprays and butterflies.

Cup And Saucer, ca. 1880 (CH 18476839), Worcester Royal Porcelain Company

Cup And Saucer, ca. 1880 (CH 18476839), Worcester Royal Porcelain Comp...

Tea cup with straight sides and loop handle. Cup and saucer decorated with spiraling bands of conventionalized florals and geometric gilding.

Cup And Saucer, late 18th century (CH 18640203), Worcester Royal Porcelain Company

Cup And Saucer, late 18th century (CH 18640203), Worcester Royal Porce...

Tea bowl on high foot and a high-side saucer. Molded ribbing and scalloped edge. Overglaze polychrome floral swags. Gilding at rim.

Dish, 1807–1813 (CH 18345937), Worcester Royal Porcelain Company

Dish, 1807–1813 (CH 18345937), Worcester Royal Porcelain Company

Square deep dish with fluted and scalloped edge. Overglaze printed decoration in black, of shells and seaweed. Gold medallion and border.

Jug With Cover, ca. 1770 (CH 18350397), Worcester Royal Porcelain Company

Jug With Cover, ca. 1770 (CH 18350397), Worcester Royal Porcelain Comp...

Pear-shaped, on cylindrical foot, with v-shaped lip and plain loop handle. Circular flat domed cover with applied flower in the round attached to stem and foliage in relief. Decoration of floral sprays and butterflies.

Pair Of Vases And Cover, ca. 1795 (CH 18312415), Worcester Royal Porcelain Company

Pair Of Vases And Cover, ca. 1795 (CH 18312415), Worcester Royal Porce...

Semi-ovoid, with domed top, raised strap handles and square base. Geometric design on body with square reserve on front, containing flowers. Floral bands about foot, foot bolted to body, top and cover. Gilding ... More

Pair Of Vases And Cover, ca. 1795 (CH 18312415-2)

Pair Of Vases And Cover, ca. 1795 (CH 18312415-2)

Semi-ovoid, with domed top, raised strap handles and square base. Geometric design on body with square reserve on front, containing flowers. Floral bands about foot, foot bolted to body, top and cover. Gilding ... More

"Assyrian Head" Ladle, 1885–86 (CH 18650223)

"Assyrian Head" Ladle, 1885–86 (CH 18650223)

Handle with scrolled foliate ornament and antique style crowned male mask at tip; circular bowl, partially fluted.

"Assyrian Head" pattern Berry Spoon, 1885–86 (CH 18654119)
"Assyrian Head" pattern Cheese Scoop, 1885–86 (CH 18654121)
"Assyrian Head" pattern Fish Fork, 1885–86 (CH 18654117)
"Assyrian Head" pattern Fish Fork, 1885–86 (CH 18654117-3)
"Assyrian Head" pattern Server, 1885–86 (CH 18650225)

"Assyrian Head" pattern Server, 1885–86 (CH 18650225)

Handle with scrolled foliate ornament and antique style crowned female mask at tip; spade-shaped blade with scrolled foliate decoration, partially fluted.

"Assyrian Head" pattern Spoon, 1885–86 (CH 18650207)

"Assyrian Head" pattern Spoon, 1885–86 (CH 18650207)

Handle with scrolled foliate ornament and antique style crowned mask at tip; smooth unadorned bowl.

"Assyrian Head" pattern Spoon, 1885–86 (CH 18650209)

"Assyrian Head" pattern Spoon, 1885–86 (CH 18650209)

Handle with scrolled foliate ornament and antique style crowned mask at tip; smooth unadorned bowl.

"Assyrian Head" pattern Spoon, 1885–86 (CH 18650211)

"Assyrian Head" pattern Spoon, 1885–86 (CH 18650211)

Handle with scrolled foliate ornament and antique style crowned mask at tip; smooth unadorned bowl.

"Assyrian Head" pattern Spoon, 1885–86 (CH 18650227)

"Assyrian Head" pattern Spoon, 1885–86 (CH 18650227)

Handle with scrolled foliate ornament and antique style crowned mask at tip; smooth unadorned bowl.

"Assyrian Head" pattern Sugar Tongs, 1885–86 (CH 18654125)
"Louis XVI" tableware Fork, ca. 1909 (CH 18635505)

"Louis XVI" tableware Fork, ca. 1909 (CH 18635505)

Integral construction. Four tapering tines cut at sharp angle at bowl. Handle of rectangular line ending in shouldered, rectangular terminal embossed with oval wreath with ribbon bow, enclosing monogram.

"Louis XVI" tableware Fork, ca. 1909 (CH 18635507)

"Louis XVI" tableware Fork, ca. 1909 (CH 18635507)

Integral construction. Four tapering tines cut at sharp angle at bowl. One outside tine flatter and wider than others to be used as cutting edge. Handle of rectangular line ending in shouldered, rectangular ter... More

"Louis XVI" tableware Knife, ca. 1909 (CH 18635501)

"Louis XVI" tableware Knife, ca. 1909 (CH 18635501)

Elongated flat blade with rounded end. Waisted shoulder. Handle of rectangular line ending in shouldered, rectangular terminal embossed with oval wreath with ribbon bow, enclosing monogram.

"Louis XVI" tableware Knife, ca. 1909 (CH 18635503)

"Louis XVI" tableware Knife, ca. 1909 (CH 18635503)

Integral construction, flat curved blade with stepped shoulder. Flattened handle of rectangular section with oval wreath with ribbon bow, enclosing monogram, as in 1991-117-1.

"Louis XVI" tableware Spoon, ca. 1909 (CH 18635511)

"Louis XVI" tableware Spoon, ca. 1909 (CH 18635511)

Integral construction. Round concave bowl. Handle of rectangular line ending in shouldered, rectangular terminal embossed with oval wreath with ribbon bow, enclosing monogram.

"Louis XVI" tableware Spoon, ca. 1909 (CH 18635513)

"Louis XVI" tableware Spoon, ca. 1909 (CH 18635513)

Integral construction. Oval concave bowl. Handle of rectangular line ending in shouldered, rectangular terminal embossed with oval wreath with ribbon bow, enclosing monogram.

"Louis XVI" tableware Spoon, ca. 1909 (CH 18635515)

"Louis XVI" tableware Spoon, ca. 1909 (CH 18635515)

Integral construction. Oval concave bowl. Handle of rectangular line ending in shouldered, rectangular terminal embossed with oval wreath with ribbon bow, enclosing monogram.

"Louis XVI" tableware Spoon, ca. 1909 (CH 18635517)

"Louis XVI" tableware Spoon, ca. 1909 (CH 18635517)

Integral construction. Oval concave bowl. Handle of rectangular line ending in shouldered, rectangular terminal embossed with oval wreath with ribbon bow, enclosing monogram.

"Medallion" pattern Sifting Spoon, ca. 1865 (CH 18650213)

"Medallion" pattern Sifting Spoon, ca. 1865 (CH 18650213)

Antique style bust at tip of handle; circular fluted bowl with piercing.

"Medallion" pattern Sifting Spoon, ca. 1865 (CH 18650213-2)

"Medallion" pattern Sifting Spoon, ca. 1865 (CH 18650213-2)

Antique style bust at tip of handle; circular fluted bowl with piercing.

"Medallion" Spoon, ca. 1860 (CH 18670719)
Abraham Lincoln Figure, 1898 (CH 18429573)

Abraham Lincoln Figure, 1898 (CH 18429573)

Figure of Abraham Lincoln standing upright holding a scroll of paper with "A LINCOLN" at the end of the indecipherable writing.

Abraham Lincoln Figure, 1898 (CH 18429573-2)

Abraham Lincoln Figure, 1898 (CH 18429573-2)

Figure of Abraham Lincoln standing upright holding a scroll of paper with "A LINCOLN" at the end of the indecipherable writing.

American Beauty Vase, ca. 1912 (CH 18801215)

American Beauty Vase, ca. 1912 (CH 18801215)

Large hammered copper vase with an elongated neck with flared lip and riveted band around the bulbous bottom resting on flared foot.

Assyrian Head Cake Saw, 1886–87 (CH 18654123)

Assyrian Head Cake Saw, 1886–87 (CH 18654123)

Decorative portrait handle knife with turned detail down to the carved blade with an ornamental serrated edge.

Assyrian Head Cake Saw, 1886–87 (CH 18654123-3)

Assyrian Head Cake Saw, 1886–87 (CH 18654123-3)

Decorative portrait handle knife with turned detail down to the carved blade with an ornamental serrated edge.

Assyrian Head Fish Knife, 1885–86 (CH 18654115)
Assyrian Head Fish Knife, 1885–86 (CH 18654115-2)
Assyrian Head Fish Knife, 1885–86 (CH 18654115-3)
Back Handle Plate For Drawer Handle (England or United States), ca. 1795–1810 (CH 18181687)
Baluster (USA), ca. 1800 (CH 18149649)

Baluster (USA), ca. 1800 (CH 18149649)

Turned baluster; square base, turned shaft twisted in upper part. Lacks square capital.

Baluster (USA), ca. 1800 (CH 18149657)

Baluster (USA), ca. 1800 (CH 18149657)

Turned baluster; square base, turned shaft twisted in upper part. Square capital.

Basket (USA), ca. 1905 (CH 18804431)

Basket (USA), ca. 1905 (CH 18804431)

Oval flat-based basket; upper edges raised and scalloped in series of rippled curvilinear sections decorated with repoussé blossoms and foliage. Strap handle of sinuous outline forming two straps soldered to lo... More

Betty Lamp, ca. 1840 (CH 18565215)

Betty Lamp, ca. 1840 (CH 18565215)

Grease lamp of red earthenware; base with flaring rim which is circular except for one wick channel. Wooden stand with turned column rising from circular base and supported circular piece on which lamp rests.

Birdcage (USA), 1850–99 (CH 18187553)

Birdcage (USA), 1850–99 (CH 18187553)

Hanging type. Cruciform shape. Pierced metal sides painted green and red. Cage attached to base by four wire loops. (B) Base is of inverted umbrella shape, on flaring circular foot. Eight groups of painted flo... More

Birdcage (USA), late 19th century (CH 18187241)

Birdcage (USA), late 19th century (CH 18187241)

In form of a multi-story building reminiscent of a Swiss chalet; front and two sides of metal wire, back of painted sheet metal; peaked, stepped pierced metal roof, with dormer windows on left and right; rectan... More

Blotter (USA), ca. 1910-20 (CH 18654595)

Blotter (USA), ca. 1910-20 (CH 18654595)

One piece of a six-piece desk set. Rectangular blotter with button handle decorated with green grapeleaf pattern.

Blotter (USA), ca. 1910-20 (CH 18654595-2)

Blotter (USA), ca. 1910-20 (CH 18654595-2)

One piece of a six-piece desk set. Rectangular blotter with button handle decorated with green grapeleaf pattern.

Bottle (USA), late 19th century (CH 18316541)

Bottle (USA), late 19th century (CH 18316541)

Iin shape, a polygonal cylinder, bevelled at each end, with flat shoulders leading to necks. Ends fitted with gold-plated collars with pancake-shaped covers of larger diameter than collars but less than body o... More

Bowl (USA), 1913 (CH 18453569-2)

Bowl (USA), 1913 (CH 18453569-2)

Footless bowl, tapering slightly from shoulder to base, with low neck, wide mouth, rounded lip. On cream-colored clay body, brown mat glaze ground mottled with black; four shallowly modeled flame-like forms enc... More

Bowl (USA), ca. 1900 (CH 18411331)
Bowl (USA), ca. 1905 (CH 18804429)

Bowl (USA), ca. 1905 (CH 18804429)

Wavy everted rim, the side and top with trailing floral and foliate decoration, engraved with intials P H Z on side.

Bowl And Liner (USA), late 19th century (CH 18428017)

Bowl And Liner (USA), late 19th century (CH 18428017)

A). Hammered deep bowl, slightly contracting toward top. High repousse scenes of figures at various rural activities, encircled by strap-and-scroll work, and foliated bands. B). A cylindrical inset with two hi... More

Box (possibly Flanders), early 18th century (CH 18210577)
Box (USA), 1880 (CH 18806211)

Box (USA), 1880 (CH 18806211)

Rectangular box with maroon velvet on top and sides. Faded maroon plain fabric on underside. Two metal (brass?) security closures at front, two small hinges at back. Inside base lined in shirred blue satin with... More

Box (USA), 1880–90 (CH 18435509)

Box (USA), 1880–90 (CH 18435509)

(A) Plain rectangular box. (B) Match-box type cover with lithograph of little girl on one side; on three others imprint: "Chocolate Tablets, Manufactured by Stephn F. Whitman & Son, Philadelphia."

Box (USA), 1880–90 (CH 18435509-2)

Box (USA), 1880–90 (CH 18435509-2)

(A) Plain rectangular box. (B) Match-box type cover with lithograph of little girl on one side; on three others imprint: "Chocolate Tablets, Manufactured by Stephn F. Whitman & Son, Philadelphia."

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