18th Century Jugs

Ordinary Toby Jug
Ordinary Toby Jug

Thomas Whieldon circa 1775

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Ordinary Toby Jug
Ordinary Toby Jug

Thomas Whieldon note churchwarden pipe held to mouth and thin necked pitcher in his left hand left side view

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Ordinary Toby Jug
Ordinary Toby Jug

Thomas Whieldon note handle is vertical and has a thumb rest rear view

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Ordinary Toby Jug
Ordinary Toby Jug

Thomas Whieldon circa 1775

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Ordinary Toby Jug
Ordinary Toby Jug

Yorkshire region circa 1795

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Ordinary Toby Jug
Ordinary Toby Jug

Yorkshire toby with original crown removed Note the six sided goblet and long stemmed churchwarden pipe

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Ordinary Toby Jug
Ordinary Toby Jug

Yorkshire toby with ship's figurehead handle

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Ordinary Toby Jug
Ordinary Toby Jug

Yorkshire region circa 1795

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Sharp Face Toby Jug
Sharp Face Toby Jug

Ralph Wood circa 1780

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Sharp Face Toby Jug
Sharp Face Toby Jug

called sharp face because the face is longer and chubbier than the Ordinary toby and features a hooked nose left side view

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Sharp Face Toby Jug
Sharp Face Toby Jug

note the churchwarden pipe being held, ready for smoking, rather than a cup right side view

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Sharp Face Toby Jug
Sharp Face Toby Jug

Ralph Wood circa 1780

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Barrel Toby Jug
Barrel Toby Jug

Wood-type circa 1785

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Barrel Toby Jug
Barrel Toby Jug

called Barrel Toby because of the small ale or wine barrel, called a firkin, resting between his feet left side view

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Barrel Toby Jug
Barrel Toby Jug

plain round handle tilted slightly to the right rear view

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Barrel Toby Jug
Barrel Toby Jug

Wood-type circa 1785

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Collier Toby Jug
Collier Toby Jug

Portabello circa 1795

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Collier Toby Jug
Collier Toby Jug

A Collier is a traditional British coal miner. With hands and face sooty and dirty from his labors, the Collier is having a drink in his local pub left side view

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Collier Toby Jug
Collier Toby Jug

Note sponged colored handle and based, typical of Portobello region rear view

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Collier Toby Jug
Collier Toby Jug

Portabello circa 1795

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Admiral Lord Howe Toby Jug
Admiral Lord Howe Toby Jug

Ralph Wood circa 1790

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Admiral Lord Howe Toby Jug
Admiral Lord Howe Toby Jug

Lord Howe sitting on a barrel holding a jug in his left hand and plug of tobacco in his right note the churchwarden pipe resting against the side of the barrel left side view

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Admiral Lord Howe Toby Jug
Admiral Lord Howe Toby Jug

note detailed modeling on handle and rear of barrel rear view

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Admiral Lord Howe Toby Jug
Admiral Lord Howe Toby Jug

Ralph Wood circa 1790

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Barrel Toby Jug
Barrel Toby Jug

Wood-type circa 1785

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Barrel Toby Jug
Barrel Toby Jug

called Barrel Toby because of the small ale or wine barrel, called a firkin, resting between his feet left side view

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Barrel Toby Jug
Barrel Toby Jug

plain round handle tilted slightly to the right rear view

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Barrel Toby Jug
Barrel Toby Jug

Wood-type circa 1785

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Barrel Toby Jug
Barrel Toby Jug

Wood-type circa 1785

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Barrel Toby Jug
Barrel Toby Jug

called Barrel Toby because of the small ale or wine barrel, called a firkin, resting between his feet left side view

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Barrel Toby Jug
Barrel Toby Jug

plain round handle tilted slightly to the right rear view

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Barrel Toby Jug
Barrel Toby Jug

Wood-type circa 1785

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Ordinary Toby Jug
Ordinary Toby Jug

Ralph Wood circa 1790

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Ordinary Toby Jug
Ordinary Toby Jug

Ralph Wood pearlware finish note foaming top on pitcher left side view

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Ordinary Toby Jug
Ordinary Toby Jug

Ralph Wood rear view note how handle is tilted counterclockwise from vertical

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Ordinary Toby Jug
Ordinary Toby Jug

Ralph Wood circa 1790

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Ordinary Toby Jug
Ordinary Toby Jug

Yorkshire region circa 1795

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Ordinary York toby angle
Ordinary York toby angle

Ordinary Toby holding a small standing toby jug instead of typical pitcher

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Ordinary Toby Jug
Ordinary Toby Jug

Note features typical of Yorkshire toby jugs - six sided cup for drinking, white hat with scalloped edges spongeware finish on base and ship's figurehead handle

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Ordinary Toby Jug
Ordinary Toby Jug

Yorkshire region circa 1795

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Sharp Face Toby Jug
Sharp Face Toby Jug

Ralph Wood circa 1795

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Sharp Face Toby Jug
Sharp Face Toby Jug

cup of ale raised to his mouth full pitcher in his left hand left side view

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Sharp Face Toby Jug
Sharp Face Toby Jug

plain oval handle rear view

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Sharp Face Toby Jug
Sharp Face Toby Jug

Ralph Wood circa 1795

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Barrel Toby Jug
Barrel Toby Jug

Thomas Hollins circa 1795

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Barrel Toby Jug
Barrel Toby Jug

with distinctive barrel between his feet note detailed modeling of cravat, shirt cuffs and more left side view

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Barrel Toby Jug
Barrel Toby Jug

simple plain round handle rear view

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Barrel Toby Jug
Barrel Toby Jug

Thomas Hollins circa 1795

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Collier Toby Jug
Collier Toby Jug

Pratt type circa 1795

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Collier Toby Jug
Collier Toby Jug

British coal miner note decorated jug in his left hand Pratt ware refers to jugs with distinctive bright colors of yellows, blues, and browns on a grey-blue earthenware body left side view

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Collier Toby Jug
Collier Toby Jug

note handle tilted slightly to left and spongeware decoration rear view

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Collier Toby Jug
Collier Toby Jug

Pratt type circa 1795

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Admiral Lord Howe Toby Jug
Admiral Lord Howe Toby Jug

Ralph Wood circa 1790

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Admiral Lord Howe Toby Jug
Admiral Lord Howe Toby Jug

note foaming pitcher of ale being held in both hands and pipe resting along the barrel left side view

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Admiral Lord Howe Toby Jug
Admiral Lord Howe Toby Jug

note details on handle and back of barrel rear view

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Admiral Lord Howe Toby Jug
Admiral Lord Howe Toby Jug

Ralph Wood circa 1790

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Barrel Toby Jug
Barrel Toby Jug

Wood-type circa 1785

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Barrel Toby Jug
Barrel Toby Jug

called Barrel Toby because of the small ale or wine barrel, called a firkin, resting between his feet left side view

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Barrel Toby Jug
Barrel Toby Jug

plain round handle tilted slightly to the right rear view

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Barrel Toby Jug
Barrel Toby Jug

Wood-type circa 1785

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Barrel Toby Jug
Barrel Toby Jug

Wood-type circa 1785

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Barrel Toby Jug
Barrel Toby Jug

called Barrel Toby because of the small ale or wine barrel, called a firkin, resting between his feet left side view

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Barrel Toby Jug
Barrel Toby Jug

plain round handle tilted slightly to the right rear view

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Barrel Toby Jug
Barrel Toby Jug

Wood-type circa 1785

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Ordinary Toby Jug
Ordinary Toby Jug

circa 1790 spongeware finish

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Ordinary Toby Jug
Ordinary Toby Jug

note pitcher is filled to the brim with foaming ale left side view

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Ordinary Toby Jug
Ordinary Toby Jug

spongeware finish note handle is almost vertical rear view

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Ordinary Toby Jug
Ordinary Toby Jug

circa 1790 spongeware finish

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Long Face Toby Jug
Long Face Toby Jug

Ralph Wood circa 1790

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Long Face Toby Jug
Long Face Toby Jug

attributed to Ralph Wood called Long Face because his head is longer and more oval than the Ordinary Toby jug

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Long Face Toby Jug
Long Face Toby Jug

note the handle tilted slightly to the right rear view

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Long Face Toby Jug
Long Face Toby Jug

Ralph Wood circa 1790

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Askew Toby Jug
Askew Toby Jug

Staffordshire region circa1795

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Askew Toby Jug
Askew Toby Jug

called Askew because he has a more vacant expression and his head tilts to the right and is often dropping sometimes modeled with less detail left side view

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Askew Toby Jug
Askew Toby Jug

note decorative C-shaped handle rear view

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Askew Toby Jug
Askew Toby Jug

Staffordshire region circa1795

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Shield Toby Jug
Shield Toby Jug

Ralph Wood circa 1790

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Shield Toby Jug
Shield Toby Jug

An Ordinary Toby jug with a boat style shield on his left side Shield inscription: It is all out. Then fill him agian

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Shield Toby Jug
Shield Toby Jug

Closeup of shield with inscription Only twelve Shield Toby jugs are known to exist

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Shield Toby Jug
Shield Toby Jug

Ralph Wood circa 1790

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Squire Toby Jug
Squire Toby Jug

Pearlware circa 1795

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Squire Toby Jug
Squire Toby Jug

Note hole in left hand where churchwarden pipe was originally It is rare to find a Squire toby jug with his original pipe left side view

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Squire Toby Jug
Squire Toby Jug

Note details of hand painted decoration rear view

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Squire Toby Jug
Squire Toby Jug

Pearlware circa 1795

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Bacchus mug
Bacchus mug

Ralph Wood circa 1775

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Bacchus character mug
Bacchus character mug

note the pointed ears and horns sprouting from his head grape vines wrap around his head left side view

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Bacchus character mug
Bacchus character mug

rear of mug

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Bacchus mug
Bacchus mug

Ralph Wood circa 1775

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Barrel Toby Jug
Barrel Toby Jug

Wood-type circa 1785

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Barrel Toby Jug
Barrel Toby Jug

called Barrel Toby because of the small ale or wine barrel, called a firkin, resting between his feet left side view

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Barrel Toby Jug
Barrel Toby Jug

plain round handle tilted slightly to the right rear view

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Barrel Toby Jug
Barrel Toby Jug

Wood-type circa 1785

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Barrel Toby Jug
Barrel Toby Jug

Wood-type circa 1785

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Barrel Toby Jug
Barrel Toby Jug

called Barrel Toby because of the small ale or wine barrel, called a firkin, resting between his feet left side view

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Barrel Toby Jug
Barrel Toby Jug

plain round handle tilted slightly to the right rear view

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Barrel Toby Jug
Barrel Toby Jug

Wood-type circa 1785

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Ordinary Toby Jug
Ordinary Toby Jug

Postillion boots circa 1790

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Ordinary Toby Jug
Ordinary Toby Jug

Toby is wearing Postillion boots instead of buckled shoes note solid blue pitcher with lid left side view

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Ordinary Toby Jug
Ordinary Toby Jug

Postillion boots note handle is tilted slightly to the right rear view

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Ordinary Toby Jug
Ordinary Toby Jug

Postillion boots circa 1790

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Long Face Toby Jug
Long Face Toby Jug

Pearlware finish circa 1780

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Long Face Toby Jug
Long Face Toby Jug

mottled overall brown finish holding large rounded pitcher in left hand left side view

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Long Face Toby Jug
Long Face Toby Jug

note handle with thumb rest tilted slightly to the right rear view

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Long Face Toby Jug
Long Face Toby Jug

Pearlware finish circa 1780

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Askew Toby Jug
Askew Toby Jug

Prattware finish circa 1795

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Askew Toby Jug
Askew Toby Jug

Prattware finish refers to the bright blue, yellow and brown colors also features spotted decorative designs such as this Toby's stockings left side view

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Askew Toby Jug
Askew Toby Jug

Note the simple decorations added to the handle rear view

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Askew Toby Jug
Askew Toby Jug

Prattware finish circa 1795

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Tipsy Man Toby Jug
Tipsy Man Toby Jug

Staffordshire circa 1785

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Tipsy Man Toby Jug
Tipsy Man Toby Jug

holding an oversized pitcher on his knee with frothing ale running down the side Only six examples are known left side view

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Tipsy Man Toby Jug
Tipsy Man Toby Jug

bottom view showing the four legs of his chair note the hollow feet and legs

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Tipsy Man Toby Jug
Tipsy Man Toby Jug

Staffordshire circa 1785

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Squire Toby Jug
Squire Toby Jug

Staffordshire area circa 1795

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Squire Toby Jug
Squire Toby Jug

standing 11" tall nicely colored example churchwarden pipe missing from left hand left side view

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Squire Toby Jug
Squire Toby Jug

Note plain handle rear view

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Squire Toby Jug
Squire Toby Jug

Staffordshire area circa 1795

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Bacchus mug
Bacchus mug

Derby Porcelain circa 1790

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Bacchus Derby side
Bacchus Derby side

Note grape leaves around Bacchus' head

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Bacchus Derby mark
Bacchus Derby mark

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Bacchus mug
Bacchus mug

Derby Porcelain circa 1790

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Barrel Toby Jug
Barrel Toby Jug

Wood-type circa 1785

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Barrel Toby Jug
Barrel Toby Jug

called Barrel Toby because of the small ale or wine barrel, called a firkin, resting between his feet left side view

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Barrel Toby Jug
Barrel Toby Jug

plain round handle tilted slightly to the right rear view

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Barrel Toby Jug
Barrel Toby Jug

Wood-type circa 1785

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Barrel Toby Jug
Barrel Toby Jug

Wood-type circa 1785

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Barrel Toby Jug
Barrel Toby Jug

called Barrel Toby because of the small ale or wine barrel, called a firkin, resting between his feet left side view

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Barrel Toby Jug
Barrel Toby Jug

plain round handle tilted slightly to the right rear view

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Barrel Toby Jug
Barrel Toby Jug

Wood-type circa 1785

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