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William Penn's Treaty with the Indians, 1683 "It was the only treaty never sworn and the only one never broken."
Produced by British Anchor Pottery Co of Stoke-on-Trent, England for Rowland & Marsellus. There is a third mark which is unknown to us and likely the Boston retailer.
R&M Co were importers, wholesalers and retailers, especially of souvenir or commemorative wares. They operated out of New York and flourished around 1893 through 1938.
This appears to be one of the earlier impressions.
Its a transfer made from a copper plate process. Lovely intense blues.
No chips or cracks. Tight rim hairlines visible on back only.
10" diameter (dinner plate size)
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Staffordshire Commemorative Plate - William Penn's Treaty - Early
$59 USD SOLD
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