Hello,My name isCustomerand I would love to help.Please use the Add Files feature on your screen to add pictures of the set and any marks, labels or writing. Look within the design to see if the artist signed them as well.
I did get photos, thank you. You have two different sets here. Which mark is on which set?
You have an Alfred Lanternier of Limoges, France fish set that was made and decorated by the same company (hence the two marks; one is maker other is decorator which were sometimes different companies). The two marks help date the fish service to 1890 to 1900. This is a partial service, a full service had 12 plates, platter and sauce boat. This set consisting of platter and six serving plates has a current value of $400.00 retail.
The other set is Bavarian porcelain, the mark being PM for Porzellanfabrik Moschendorf, more commonly called Moschendorf Porcelain of Germany. This mark dates the game plates to the years between 1904 to 1938. These five game plates have a value of $45 each or $225 for the set.
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