Alfred Meakin Queen Elizabeth II Coronation Plate 1953
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Sold Date: 05/01/2007
Channel: Online Auction
Fresh from a local estate, we're pleased to offer the wonderful commemorative plate pictured below. This plate was produced by Alfred Meakin, of Tunstall, Staffordshire, England, in 1953, to celebrate the Coronation of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. The plate features a very pretty design, which includes a beautiful, sepia image of the Queen, along with flags of the British Empire, and the inscriptions, "Coronation of HM Queen Elizabeth II;" "May She Reign Forever;" and "Crowned June 2, 1953." The plate measures approximately 10 inches in diameter, and is in good condition -- crazing is even, and under the glaze ONLY, and t are no chips, cracks, or other damage. This plate displays beautifully, and would make a fine addition to any collection. Don't miss this rare opportunity to add this very special Coronation plate to your collection, today. Please feel free to contact us with any questions. We have lots of great items for sale, both at auction and in our eBay store. We're always happy to combine items for shipping (just let us know when we contact you that you're bidding on other items). We invite you to check out our other eBay listings, and browse through our on-line store. In fact, we'd be pleased if you'd bookmark our selling page and eBay store, and check them both often -- we're always listing new and wonderful items (truly something for everyone). Also check out our feedback, and bid with complete confidence! Thanks for looking, and good luck at the auction. NOTE ON SHIPPING & HANDLING: Buyer to pay actual shipping ONLY, plus $1.50 to defray the costs of packing and handling. Shipping costs will be determined once the buyer provides us with his/her shipping address.Check out our other items ! Be sure to add us to your favorites list !
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