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    Posted 11 years ago

    RaggedyAnn
    (7 items)

    Please help me to identify this lovely piece
    It has written on it: CINNAMINSON N.J. 1860
    on the back is this mark Z84P

    It has a picture on the front of a Native American Chief

    Any help with this will be appreciated

    I would like to know if its worth anything too

    thanks for all your help in advance

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    1. B. Johnson, 10 years ago
      I have one very similar, but with Wind Point Lighthouse, 1880. The back has the "Z84P Stamp? I know the Wind Point Lighthouse is in Racine, Wi, but cannot find anything on the Pottery. Please let me know if you have any knowledge of a piece like this or these.
      Thanbk You!
      Bill

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