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Pictured: Robin Simpson's Westminster apartment was full of rare ceramics.<br />
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Ceramic jugs commemorating the anti-slavery movement have been snapped up by British museums looking to 'redress the balance of white art' in their collections.<br />
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The eight jugs went for up to 15 times their original estimates when they sold at auction.<br />
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They were part of a huge collection of commemorative jugs amassed by the late Robin Simpson that sold for over £400,000 in total.