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William B. Liebeknecht, Rebecca White, and Richard W. Hunter
A Coxon Waster Deposit of the Mid-1860's Sampled in Trenton, New Jersey

Ceramics in America 2003

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    Figure 1

    Sherds, Clinton Street Pottery, Trenton, New Jersey, 1863–1868. Rockingham-type ware. (All photos, Gavin Ashworth.) These sherds are from small pitchers with a molded plumed cavalier on opposing sides.

  • Figure 2
    Figure 2

    Sherds, Clinton Street Pottery, Trenton, New Jersey, 1863–1868. Rockingham-type ware. Sherds from a teapot with a molded scene of two ladies having tea.

  • Figure 3
    Figure 3

    Sherds, Clinton Street Pottery, Trenton, New Jersey, 1863–1868. Rockingham-type ware. These fragments are from a hound-handled hunt scene pitcher depicting a running stag and a hanging game bird around the body over a small standing bird and a running rabbit near the base.

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    Figure 4

    Pitcher, Clinton Street Pottery, Trenton, New Jersey, 1863–1868. Rockingham-type ware. H. 10". (William B. Liebeknecht collection.) An antique example of a Rockingham glazed hound-handled hunt scene pitcher. Note the eagle head that forms the spout.

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    Figure 5

    Sherds, Clinton Street Pottery, Trenton, New Jersey, 1863–1868. Biscuit fired earthenware from a small Toby pitcher with a scowling face.

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    Figure 6

    Sherds, Clinton Street Pottery, Trenton, New Jersey, 1863–1868. Yellow ware. A yellow ware corncob food mold fragment with overlapping scaled sides.