Norman Rockwell The Saturday Evening Post Glass Norman Rockwell Glass. This is from "The Saturday

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Norman Rockwell The Saturday Evening Post Glass Norman Rockwell Glass. This is from quotThe Saturday
The Saturday Evening Post Glass Norman Rockwell Glass. This is from "The Saturday Evening Post" Glassware Collection. This glass is called OFF-DUTY CLOWN.  May 15,1918. On the front it has scene of a clown reading a paper and a little boy holding a balloon behind his back. No cracks or chips,  nice thick bottom. Holds about 12 ounces. It is about 4" tall and 3 1/4" in diameter. Monitors/camera's/sites may show color differently, please be aware colors may differ slightly fro

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