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This is a set of Meissen German (not French at all as it turns out!) porcelain made in the 30's through the 1950's based on this crossed swords mark on the bottom.
This type of porcelain is called the Leutertitz pattern because it was first designed in 1855 by Ernest August Leutertitz and features a cobalt glaze with gold highlights.
The set has a current value of $2000.00 retail.
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