Court Pendu Plat,
Cox's Orange Pippin,
Duchess of Oldenburg,
Isaac Newton's Tree,
Karmijn de Sonnaville,
Kidd's Orange Red,
King of Tompkins County,
Pitmaston Pine Apple,
Rhode Island Greening,
Saint Edmund's Russet,
Snow Apple / Fameuse,
Tydeman's Late Orange,
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