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Rooster with unpainted eyes #135

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Hi all: I have a rooster in a position with one leg back and it has not had his eyes painted. Its hard to believe but I looked closely and it seems that this one got through the inspection process. That being said and if its true, does it increase it's value?
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Rooster with unpainted eyes #138

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Can you post a picture of the bottom. I think this is American Bisque. If others can identify the manufacturer I'd be interested in knowing.
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Gianni,

I agree with SManion, this is most likely American Bisque. Spaulding/royal Copley did not use a "dry foot" of that shape. However I want to stress I am NOT an American Bisque expert.

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Royal Copley Publisher
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