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Southern Folk Pottery Collectors Society,
Bennett, North Carolina
Featured in Auction Sale 46. November 5, 2016
Southern Folk Pottery Sale by Marty Steiner
Maine Antique Digest
For full MAD follow up coverage see page 24-C, April 2017 issue.
Dave the Slave jar $28,600.
Jugtown Pottery Persian Jar $22,550.
Attributed to Solomon Loy redware plate $19,800.
Redware pitcher attributed to Solomon Loy $8800.
Sugar jar Alamance County, North Carolina $14,300.2
Daniel Seagle jar $8800.
J. W. Carpenter jar $3960.
C. Rhodes Maker $14,850.