Lot 1: An electro-plated novelty cow creamer, naturalistically cast and chased as a dairy cow, 15cm long,
An electro-plated novelty cow creamer, naturalistically cast and chased as a dairy cow, 15cm long, early 20th century ...[more]
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An electro-plated novelty cow creamer, naturalistically cast and chased as a dairy cow, 15cm long, early 20th century ...[more]
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