Here's an outstanding set of Wedgwood Queensware plates. They were manufactured in 1976 to commemorate the Bicentennial of the Declaration of Independence.
There are thirteen plates, one for each of the original Colonies, which became the first thirteen states of the United States. Each of the plates has a scene from the Revolutionary War in the center, a scene which took plate in that colony. On the rim at the top is a famous resident of the colony who played an important part in the Revolution, and a the bottom is the state seal.
The back of each plate has a detailed description of the scene on the front.
The plates are 9.125" in diameter.
Each is marked on the back with the mid-70's Wedgwood Queen's Ware mark and the mark of the British-American Bicentennial Group.
All thirteen plates are as new in their original cardboard shipping sleeves and Wedgwood shipping box.
Shipping will be via FedEx Ground.