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05/18/2019 06:29 PM
ANTIQUE STONEWARE PIG RAZOR BANK
Age. See below
Size. 3 ¾ high x 2 ¾ wide x 6 deep
Comments. This item appears to be a Roseville Pottery Razor Back piggy bank from the early 1900s which has a brown and cream drizzled Rockingham/Bennington style glaze. Both sides read "Razor Back" in embossed lettering and there is a slot on the top for your change. This item is in sturdy shape with no apparent breaks having normal use wear, has some soiling/stains and has some darkening in the glaze crazing lines as seen in our photo. Give it a cleaning and you too can go to the market when this piggy is full.
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