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I have four 10 inch blue & .plates. On the back it says

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I have four 10 inch blue & white.plates. On the back it says Stratfordshire England a circular
logo R&MCO The picture titles are Molly Pritchert at Battle of Monmouth June 28th 1778.
Battle of Bunker Hill June 7th 1775.
Niagara Falls.
The Elm at Cambridge Mass. Where Washington Took Command of The American Army
July 3rd 1775.
Also a light blue plate. On the back is Copeland Spodes Seasons England.
What could the possible value be.
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Antiques
Expert:  rarewares replied 1 year ago.

These plates were made in the 1930's and were imported to the US by Rowland & Marsellus Company (R & M Co.). They were made by Copeland Spode of England and featured American historical scenes. These plates were given away as Gift with Purchase items at furniture and retail stores, so these are a lot of them out there. No one plate is more valuable than another and these are currently valued at $40 to $50 us dollars each.

Expert:  rarewares replied 1 year ago.
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