Historic Burlington County Prison Museum Vintage Decorative Plate White Gold Black 1967 Betty L.E. Heiges
Vintage Burlington County Prison Plate. This vintage decorative plate commemorates the Historic Burlington County Prison Museum, built in 1810. The drawing is by Betty L.E. Heiges and is a First Edition, 1967. The plate is creamy white with black and gold. It is approx. 10 1/2". There is wear, aging and some loss of gold.
you might also like:
Homer Laughlin Eggshell Theme Quaker Church Plate Vintage Western Yearly Meeting of Friends Plainfield Indiana
Vintage Homer Laughlin Quaker Church Plate. This vintage porcelain plate is part of the Church Series by Homer Laughlin in Egllshell. This plate depicts the Western Yearly Meeting of Friends, Plainfield Monthly Meeting of Friends in Plainfield Indiana, First Meeting in 1851. The plate is also marked Edwards China and Glassware Company of Rock Hall Maryland. It is approx. 10" across and is in good condition wtih normal wear, aging and some light scratching.
Historic America by Johnson Brothers Vintage Plate View of Boston Massachusetts Blue Ceramic Historical Scenes Acorns
Vintage Blue Johnson Brothers Plate. This vintage ceramic plate is part of Historic America by the Johnson Brothers. This plate depicts a historical scene of Boston Massachusetts, in blue surrounded by acorns. The plate is approx. 10" across. There is age, wear and scratching to the plate along with some chipping.
Old Britain Castles Johnson Brothers Vintage Pink Plate Blarney Castle 1792
Vintage Pink Castle Plate. This vintage ceramic plate is part of the Old Britain Castles series by the Johnson Brothers of England. It is done in pink and features the Blarney Castle in 1792. The plate is approx. 10" and has some wear, aging and staining on the back.
Hopewell Village National Park Pennsylvania Vintage Decorative Plate White Gold Black
Vintage Hopewell Village Plate. This vintage decorative plate commemorates Hopewell Village in National Park, Pennsylvania. The back of the plate states Hopewell Village is the best preserved example of an early American Iron Making Community. The plate is a creamy white with gold and black. It is approx. 9 1/4" across. The plate was made for and distributed by James E. Farster of PA. There is normal wear and aging, some light scratching and stainin on the back of the plate.