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All Items : Souvenirs : Pre 1970 item #1309198 (stock #M4584)
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$98.00
I purchased these beautiful items many years ago at an Indiana estate sale! There are 3 pieces in this set – 2 candle holders and a small trinket tray. All show Banbury Cross and St. Mary’s Church and were made in Germany. The candle holders measure 4” tall and 3” diameter (at base). The trinket holder/tray measures 2” tall, 3 5/8” diameter (top), and the pedestal type base is 2” diameter (at bottom). All 3 pieces are in excellent condition. Very nice items, very collectible!
All Items : Holiday : Christmas : Pre 1990 item #806590 (stock #CH1232)
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$30.00
This beautiful plate is perfect to hold cookies for Santa! Plate appears to be hand-painted and is in excellent condition. Back is marked: Hutschenreuther, Selb, Bavaria, Germany, 25. It has the lion and circle trademark and also the initials LHS. There is a name (below the 25) that is probably the person who decorated the plate, the name is “M. Mower”. Plate measures 9 ¾” diameter and absolutely gorgeous!
All Items : China : German : Pre 1960 item #613948 (stock #M2571)
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$110.00
This is an outstanding children’s alphabet bowl! It has the alphabet around the outside of the bowl and the inside has 4 nursery rhyme scenes. The bowl is 7 3/8” diameter, 1 1/8” tall, and bottom is stamped “Germany, 226”. It’s in wonderful condition with some wear to some of the nursery rhyme titles – that’s it! Super collectible.
All Items : China : German : Pre 1980 item #219070 (stock #M1450)
Lin's Antiques and Collectibles
$48.00
This listing has a set of 2 beautiful servings bowls that were made in Germany!

Bowls are serving size -- 8 1/2" diameter, 2 3/4" tall. They are white with beautiful roses in bottoms and small bouquets of flowers around the inner rim.

Both bowls are in wonderful condition with very,very minor color wear.

One bowl has a 3/4" line on outside (from rim) -- I described it as a line because it does not appear to be a hairline...
 
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