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    Posted 7 years ago

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    I had purchased this from a flea market and the gentleman said it was from the early 1900's.

    8" high
    10 1/2" wide
    1" deep

    Message "God give us this day our daily bread"

    Can anyone tell me anything about it?

    Mystery Solved


    1. TallCakes TallCakes, 7 years ago
      Does look to be a very nice EAPG bread plate and possibly from the late 1800s to early 1900s. It looks like the inscription was part of the mold rather than etched. Sorry I don't recognize the pattern or maker as there are thousands of patterns from that era and not all have been identified. You can do a google image search of 'EAPG bread plate' and see many similar plates with similar inscriptions.
    2. alienmagnet alienmagnet, 7 years ago
      Thank you!
    3. alienmagnet alienmagnet, 7 years ago
      Sorry, the inscription is in the mold. My terminology is bad.
      Based on your information i started searching. I found an identical plate on Ebay for $110! That person said the same thing you did, that the plate was from 1850 to 1910.
      I don't want to sell mine. I really like it and I feel it's a blessing to my home :-)
      I only paid $3 for mine lol
    4. TallCakes TallCakes, 7 years ago
      congrats on finding another one just like yours. You did get a great deal! It's amazing how often treasures are found at yard sales and thrift shops.
    5. wingletts wingletts, 7 years ago
      Great job Tallcakes......mystery solved.....nice

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