5 - 6 September 2007
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AN ENGLISH PORCELAIN PART DINNER SERVICE AND IRONSTONE PART DINNER SERVICE,
THE FIRST WITH ORANGE PRINTED MARKS AND IMPRESSED MARKS FOR DOULTON-BURSLEM AND RETAILER'S MARK FOR GILMAN COLLAMORE & CO., NEW YORK, CIRCA 1892-1902, THE SECOND BLUE PRINTED MARK FOR MORLEY & ASHWORTH, CIRCA 1860,
the first comprising eleven dinner plates; the second in the Gothic pattern comprising five soup plates and six dinner plates
The Doulton-Burslem plates 10¼in. (26cm.) diameter (26)
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Please note the count for this lot is 22, not 26 as is listed in the catalogue.
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