I use this pretty Anchor Hocking 1960s-1970s crystal EAPC or Star of David pattern as my Thanksgiving dishes along with Stars and Bars. Not only is it pretty enough for holiday and family dinners, in most cases the variety of sizes and pieces is adequate for serving large meals. Unfortunately, that is not the case with plates in the Early American Prescut pattern. There are no real dinner size plates, unless you want to use the snack plates with raised rings. So I and most others who use this pattern use the larger 11 inch sandwich plates or trays as dinner plates.
The Early American Prescut 11 inch crystal plate is in sparkling, perfect condition. Original factory gloss and not so much as a single scratch or stacking mark indicate it was probably never used.