Rare Staffordshire creamware child's cup made for the American market, with brown patriotic decoration of a spread-winged eagle with shielded breast and banner reading E PLURIBUS UNUM. Across the bottom is another banner reading MAY SUCCESS ATTREND OUR AGRICULTURE TRADE MANUFACTURES AND SAILOR'S RIGHTS. Brown/magenta band at top. Likely Liverpool, first quarter 19th century. 2"H. Condition: Rim chip with hairline crack extending 1" down the side of the cup, few other tiny rim chips, one small area of wear to top band.
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