For your consideration is a 1955 Fort Ticonderoga Bicentennial, 1755-1955 Red Transfer Ware Plate. It is marked on the front, also, Marquis de Chartier, de LOTBINIERE. It displays a Colonial man reading a paper and standing next to a cannon that is supposedly in the Fort. There is a lovely light to darker red floral trim surrounding it and around the rim. It is also marked on the back: Fort Ticonderoga on Lake Champlain, New York., Built by the French, 1755. Wedgwood of Etruria & Barlaston,, Made In England. Also. it is stamped on the back: Wedgwood, 1 R 55. It is in very good, vintage & collectible condition. No chips or cracks noted! Approx.: 9"Rd.
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