See Dieter Hoffmeister, Katalog der Sammlung Hoffmeister (Hamburg, 1999), Vol. II, pp. 412-413, no. 272 for a similar plate, and where he notes that the Saxon Royal Hunting Service is the only Meissen dinner-service known to have a coloured ground. According to a surviving invoice, the service was delivered to the Japanese Palace in 1734, and originally only had 39 plates, one of which was subsequently broken at a dinner held for the King of Prussia on 2nd September 1777. The yellow ground was derived from the yellow and blue hunting livery of the Electoral Huntsmen (both colours were used on the garniture of vases made about six years later for Augustus III's hunting castle, Schloss Hubertusburg, a pair of which were sold in these Rooms on 12th October 1995, lot 70).
Also see Ingelore Menzhausen, Alt-Meissner Porzellan in Dresden, no. 82 for a tureen and a fluted dish from the same service. Two plates from the service (with the same inventory numbers as these plates) were sold in the Johanneum Duplicate Sale, Dresden, 1920, lots 145 and 146 (pl. 9). Another plate, from the Deane Johnson Collection, Bel Air, was sold by Sotheby's New York on 9th December 1972, lot 67, another by Christie's Geneva on 9th May 1988, lot 63, and another in these Rooms on 14th July 2006, lot 84.