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Ohio Meredith's Whiskey Jugs
2/3/2011 - ONLINE American History Timed Auction
Three East Liverpool, Ohio, ca 1900, whiskey jugs. One is a rare miniature size that reads Meredith's Diamond Club Pure Rye Whiskey, with trade mark; ht 1.25 in. Other two are Knowles Taylor & Knowles whiskey jugs, marked on base K. T. & K. China, porcelain whiskey jugs with green transfer-printed labels that read Meredith's Diamond Club Pure Rye Whiskey Expressly For Medicinal Use East Liverpool, Ohio. All with gilt edging and dragon head handle; ht. 4.5 and 7.25 in.

Condition:  
All with gilt wear, two larger sizes with chipping to spouts. Middle size with crazing and small scattered stains.
Sold: $293.75
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