Nine bone plates made by Haviland and J.W. Boteler and Sons,

Nine bone plates made by Haviland and J.W. Boteler and Sons, Washington, DC. Research says that Haviland commonly sold china blanks and they were then painted by others. I believe this is where Boteler comes in. This was the company that made the Lincoln china for Mary Todd Lincoln when she was first lady. Measures 6 1/8 by 3 ¾ inches. No cracks or chips, but one has some dark areas and another is totally missing the gold trim on the left (see photo, 2nd one down). I have a feeling there are 9 because that one missing the gold was replaced. From an estate sale and at least 75 years old.