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Royal Doulton Royal Doulton The Battle of The Alamo 1836 Character Toby Jug D6729 Royal Doulton The Battle of The Alamo 1836 Character Toby Jug D6729
The Battle of The Alamo 1836 
Davy Crockett / 
Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna
 
Antagonists Collection
Character Jug
 
Davy Crockett (1786 – 1836) was a hunter and expert marksman, as well as a gregarious drinker. Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna (1795 – 1876) was a Mexican general who led troops on many missions into the U.S. Including the attack on and defeat of a small band of texans stationed at the Alamo. He was finally defeated in Texas in 1837 and jailed for a year.
 
This jug was issued in 1984 in a limited edition of 9,500
 
Royal Doulton's brilliant creative director Charles Noke, was in his seventies when he introduced character jugs in 1933. And the Royal Doulton range of Toby Jugs, Mugs, Character Jugs has continued to expand, to include Characters from History and popular personalities, encompasing more than 300 different subjects and creating an exciting collecting challenge.
 
THIS HAND-MADE AND HAND-DECORATED CHARACTER JUG IS BEAUTIFULLY MODELLED
IN EARTHENWARE BY A MASTER CRAFTSMAN

 

£74.99 1

Royal Doulton The Battle of The Alamo 1836 Character Toby Jug D6729

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Product Code: Antagonist Collection
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The Battle of The Alamo 1836 
Davy Crockett / 
Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna
 
Antagonists Collection
Character Jug
 
Davy Crockett (1786 – 1836) was a hunter and expert marksman, as well as a gregarious drinker. Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna (1795 – 1876) was a Mexican general who led troops on many missions into the U.S. Including the attack on and defeat of a small band of texans stationed at the Alamo. He was finally defeated in Texas in 1837 and jailed for a year.
 
This jug was issued in 1984 in a limited edition of 9,500
 
Royal Doulton's brilliant creative director Charles Noke, was in his seventies when he introduced character jugs in 1933. And the Royal Doulton range of Toby Jugs, Mugs, Character Jugs has continued to expand, to include Characters from History and popular personalities, encompasing more than 300 different subjects and creating an exciting collecting challenge.
 
THIS HAND-MADE AND HAND-DECORATED CHARACTER JUG IS BEAUTIFULLY MODELLED
IN EARTHENWARE BY A MASTER CRAFTSMAN

 

Item Specifics
Condition is excellent with no chips, cracks or restoration that we can see.
Manufacturer/ Type Royal Doulton
Sub-Type Character Toby / Jugs
Material Earthenware
Product Type Character Toby / Jugs
Issue Date 1984
MPN D6729
Size Size 7"x 5.5"approx
Use Decorative
Weight When Packaged 1.8kg
Boxed / unboxed Unboxed
Edition Limited Edition No 8368 in a Worldwide Edition of 9,500
Product Details Any white marks on the item are due to the use of a flash camera. Although we always try to describe our items as accurately as possible. There will be the odd occasion when a fault will be missed. Should you feel this is the case with your purchase, please email to allow us to try to resolve the problem. PLEASE VIEW PHOTO`S PROVIDED To confirm the condition of this item before bidding. Please remember this item is sold as used, and may have minor marks from general use. Please email if you require further information.

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