MINIATURE CLAY WHISKEY JUG MADE FROM BATTLEFIELD CLAY/MUD BY LOCAL GETTYSBURG RESIDENTS

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Item Code: 286-1034

Made by Henry or Charles Speese (Speese & Sons potters) located on Seminary Ridge at Gettysburg. C1885 molded miniature jug, unglazed. Measures 7/8” tall. No inscription; made from battlefield clay and described in advertisements as “made from material taken from the most historical portions of the field; they are themselves relics”. Of the various Speese souvenirs, the jugs are rarely seen.  [ws] [ph:L]

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