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    • Beige platter

    • Beige platter

    • Tableware

    • The size of this oval beige serving platter is approximately 9.25 by 5 inches. The dish is darkened with age and use, and is chipped.
    • Projectile point 5

    • Projectile point 5

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America

    • Is red and has a triangular shaped blade. One blade edge is convex and the other is recurved. One shoulder is squared and the other is barbed. Stem is bulb shaped.
    • Projectile point 25

    • Projectile point 25

    • Arrowheads; Indians of North America; Indians of Central America

    • Is gray. It's blade has a slender triangular shape. Blade edges are convex. Shoulders slope downward and the base is concavely pointed.
    • Ceramic pitcher and wash bowl

    • Ceramic pitcher and wash bowl

    • Pitchers; Bowls (Tableware)

    • The white ceramic pitcher is decorated with a white, orange, and yellow floral design, and has gold edging around the top and on the handle. The white bowl has an embossed pattern on the rim. Until the mid 1800's indoor plumbing was not common, so...
    • Canning jar

    • Canning jar

    • Containers; Glassware

    • This Globe amber glass canning jar, including a lid and wire bail, was patented May 25, 1886. The bottom of the jar is numbered "50."

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