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Posted 5 years ago


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I got some plates last year from my husbands grandparents home. They were born in the beginning of 1900. They lived a farmer life assuming they did not have much money to buy the best on the market.
Anyhow, I am curious what kind of plates they are, have been looking but can't find any information or pictures of "my" plates.
They look very much like the Johnson Brothers Prince of Whales Oval Serving Platter England Old ( I have two of those also) and the
Johnson Bros Prince of Wales Old English Luncheon Plate, but without the ornament in the middle of the plate.
On the back of the plate I also would like to know what the "E" stands for.
Can anyone bring some light on this?

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  1. wifemomcook, 4 years ago
    I have same gravy boat, platter and vegetable bowl from my gramma and I too am trying to find plates. My set is exact same except trim is gold and the color band is orange. same marking on back which does not look like the pattern on for that name.
  2. wifemomcook, 4 years ago

    this is the closest match I could find but of course wrong color.

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