I got them, thank you. The actual maker of the set is under the gold circle.
The red Limoges France mark is the US-based importer that used a generic mark
and covered the actual maker's mark. This was common to do.
You can scrape away the gold paint with a razor blade to reveal the mark underneath, I have done this before and it does not devalue or harm the mark underneath since that mark was fired on and the gold circle is just on the surface. I'd be glad to reassess if you did that and had a mark to add from that spot.
This set of Limoges circa 1910 to 1930 porcelain service plates with a claret border and gold encrusted rims and centers with gold filigree overlay have a value of $80 each which would be approximately $960 for the whole set of 12.
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