An identical plate to the first is illustrated by F. and N. Hervout and Y. Bruneau, La Porcelaine des Compagnies des Indes Dcor Occidental, 1986, fig.13.31, p.299, where the author suggests this may represent Calliope, the Muse of Poetry, who was often portrayed holding a laurel crown.
A very similar plate to the second in the lot is also illustrated by Hervout and Bruneau, ibid., fig.9.17. p.199.
The scene on the third plate is inspired by a painting of 1712 by Paolo de Matteis, illustrating an essay by the Earl of Shaftesbury, 'A Notion of the Historical Draught of Hercules'. An example, with different border is illustrated by Hervout and Bruneau, ibid., fig.13.81, p.313.