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    Posted 11 years ago

    Dickythebo…
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    I have about seven plates like this one. Someone told me it was around 300 years old. I have no ideo how old or what kind of plate it is. I have seen old ones that look like this type. On the other side of the plate is a chinese marking. I was hoping that someone out there could help. Thanks. Richard

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    1. Richard Alvarez, 11 years ago
      Thanks, but what do you mean SHOW THAT.
    2. Richard, 11 years ago
      What do you mean Bonham's, I don't know who thay are. The plates I got was from an 90 something lady. She said they came around the turn pike. I think that means befor the panama canal. Thanks for the comment. Richard
    3. Dickytheboy50 Dickytheboy50, 11 years ago
      Thanks alot, I will do that. Thanks, Richard
    4. Dickytheboy50 Dickytheboy50, 11 years ago
      Thanks again. Out of the seven plates that I have I will photo the best marking, and maybe post it in the show and tell.
    5. lisaatlarge, 11 years ago
      I think these are Japanese porcelain plates, part of a set made for export after 1900. You will find multiples examples on Ebay with the same mark.
    6. apostata apostata, 3 months ago
      impressed marks are never old this is japanese and it is Seiji Kaisha from the joint venture participating Fukagawa very late meijji period and probably somewhat later ,because there is a run out

      i think they tried to fake naeshima design
    7. apostata apostata, 3 months ago
      correction nabeshima

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