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You may be interested to know that these bin labels came from a house originally built in 1480, which was an ale house from the 17th to 19th centuries (ie villagers would collect beer from the brewery), and latterly known as The White Horse when it would have sold port and sherry from barrels.
The piece is in great condition. Marks to the rear are similar to Spode or Copeland.
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Wine Cellar Bin Label England 1800 - 1840 ~ PORT B
$175 USD SOLD
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