This is a large cup and saucer with blue trim and blue scrolls, decorated front and back of the cup with a man holding bills. The word Pop is over his head. The man, bills, letters, and scrolls, are all raised or embossed on the surface of the cup. The cup is 4" wide and 3 5/8" tall, the saucer is 7" wide. Both are heavily crazed. They are marked 32/6330 on the underside, but there is no maker name or country of origin. My guess is they were made in Japan. The bottom rim of the cup is rough, but irregularities appear to be manufacturing flaws. There are no chips or cracks.
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