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Fine bone china plate dated 1801?

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2009-10-14 15:23:34
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What about it? Do you have a single item, a whole dinner service ot what? Is it hand painted or transfer printed? What is the pattern? If you are looking for a valuation then you have to describe your item accurately before anyone can attempt to value it.

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