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Unknown
1850s–1910s
Unknown
1850s–1910s
Rosina Emmet
ca. 1878–85
British (American market)
1785
British (American market)
1766–80
Thomas Webb & Sons
1870–1900
British (American market)
ca. 1750
British (American market)
1857–90
British (American market)
1720–50
British (American market)
ca. 1755
British (American market)
1740–60
British (American market)
1740–60
British (American market)
ca. 1745
British (American market)
ca. 1745
British (American market)
ca. 1760
British (American market)
ca. 1760
British (American market)
1700–1800
British (American market)
ca. 1765
British (American market)
1785
British (American market)
ca. 1765
British (American market)
ca. 1760
British (American market)
1766–75
British (American market)
1750–70
British (American market)
1730–70
British (American market)
1750–70
British (American market)
1740–60
British (American market)
1720–50
British (American market)
ca. 1750
British (American market)
1800–30
British (American market)
1800–1830
British (American market)
ca. 1765
British (American market)
1750–70
British (American market)
1800–1830
British (American market)
1825–50
British (American market)
1750–60
British (American market)
1740–60
British (American market)
1750–70
British (American market)
1740–60
British (American market)
ca. 1770
British (American market)
1750–70