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    Old Plate identification help

    There is very little information for help on this plate. Only 5 numbers in red ink.
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    7796
    No name or anything else. thought it might be English.
    It gives me the impression that it is quite old. I really liked it when I bought it. thought it might be an intresting piece.
    Three plates bought together, exactly the same and taped together.

    Any ideas about these plates?

    sandfisher

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    Junior Member Mandicrafts's Avatar
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    Hi
    In my experience, the English like to mark pretty much everything, but perhaps it could originate from another European country? With just numbers, it could also be of Asian origin. Sorry, not much help here!
    Mandicrafts
    Ontario Canada

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    Appreciate the reply. All comments are helpful. Added up, they help come to a conclusion.

    sandfisher

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    It's most likely English, The marking is the pattern number. Sometimes on larger dinner services not all pieces carried a company marking.

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    I have been trying to identify several plates I inherited also. But since it seems that the consensus believes your plate to be English, you might want to look on Ebay.co.uk Perhaps you'll find it there.

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