SOUVENIR PLATE Brown with Color Tint Transfereware Oregon * PRICE REDUCTION !! PRICE REDUCED !
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Please take advantage of my **REDUCED PRICE** ITEMS NOW ON SALE. Simply click the box to "VIEW THIS DEALER'S OTHER ITEMS" then scroll through my inventory list and you will see many items with PRICE REDUCTION OR PRICE REDUCED. Historic Brown with color tinting Transfer ware plate. Made for Meier and Frank, Co., of Portland, Oregon by Johnson Brothers, England c 1950-1960.
It measures 10 3/4.
In the center is an early view of Oregon City. On the rim are Portraits of Meriwether Lewis and William Clark with the seal of the state of Oregon, and highlight pictures of Celilo Indians fishing, State capital in Salem, Bonneville Dam, Lot Whitcomb Steam paddle boat, and Crater Lake.
The condition good. No chips or nicks on the side that is to be displayed. On the bottom there are two areas that look like they would be tiny chips but I beleive that these are manufacturing flaws.
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- 1950's 1960's
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