1 year ago #1
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I have a foley china plate from England with the no. 9592. can you tell me how old it might be and if its worth anything? its white with green vines and gold trim around it with handles on the sides. thank you. Edy

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1 year ago #2
Marra M
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Is it this the pattern that you are referring to or something else?

I searched through Replacements, eBay and other sites those that I found does not fit the serial pattern that you are referring to.

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1 year ago #3
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ok. I was able to take a photo of it this is what it is. its the green and white plate on the right bottom corner. I took a photo of the back of it to. I have a few other plates and a cup I was wanting to know if you would know anything about them to? If you have time. thank you.

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1 year ago #4
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The first photo on the left side belongs to the Avon Christmas Church series by Enoch Wedgewood for Avon. On eBay it sells from $4 to $40. On Nancy’s Collectibles these are sold for $46.99.

Searching online with the description on your Avon Bicentennial Plates( The 2nd photo on the right side of the blue plate ). I am attaching a photo of what I found so far. This Enoch Wedgewood Bicentennial Plates are sold on Ebay from $6 to $15.99. On Amazon it is sold for $49 while on Find Avon it is sold from $19.99 to $24.99.

Enoch Wedgwood is an English potter who founded Wedgwood and Co of Tunstall, Stoke on Trent in 1860. He was a distant cousin of Josiah Wedgwood another famous pottery maker. One thing that his flatware was famous for its that the colors are resistant to acid and has hand engravings. This is why up to now people used and collect his plates as decorative plates.

The third plate on your collection could be Johnson Bros( Made in England). It looks similar to Johnson Bros Millstream collection. I am just making a guess because the third photo backstamp that you attached was unclear I can only read English B____ and nothing else.

The 4th one is a Foley China Cake Plate. On Ebay UK such plates sell for £4.30 to £7.95.

Can you look at the back stamp and tell me who made your Golden Wheat Pattern cups. You wouldn’t believe how many makers produce them.

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1 year ago #5
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The red and white plate that you cant make out sais: English Abbey. is that the plate your saying is the Enoch Wedgwood made in 1860? if so is that worth anything? and the foley plate, what is this in U.S. dollars £4.30 to £7.95.? or is it acutely $4.30 to $7.95? I didn't know if there is a difference on how they wright it. lol I was told that plate was over a hundred and ten years old. so I thought it would be worth a little more than $7.95. not a lot more but more than that. the cup only has a number 3 painted in gold on it so I have no idea. I don't have plans to get rid of any of them. I was just wanting an idea of what they were worth. Thanks for the info that you gave me though! that's pretty cool with the Avon plates. thanks!

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1 year ago #6
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The English Abbey Transferware Plate by Taylor Smith and Taylor is value at $4.99 on Ebay.

On Replacements it is $7.99.

The 1806 is when Enoch Wedgwood started his company but it does not mean that your plate is as old as 1806. The Enoch Wedgwood Avon Bicentennial Plate was produced in 1976 although it was celebrating the American Declaration of Independence.

Note:
$ -American Dollars
£- British Pound Sterling

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1 year ago #7
edy
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ok. well thank you so much for your help.

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1 year ago #8
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Your welcome Edy.

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