Pewter Anniversary Commemorative Plate 1776-1976. circa 1976. These plates celebrate 200 years of the United States of America. It is heavy pewter, 10 /8" diameter. Recessed center and raised design of flag and patriot standing on top of the world. Raised letters and stars read "LONG MAY SHE WAVE, 1776-1976." There is a small manufacturing pip, and scratch on upper left in border. Very Good + Condition. Molded pewter hole for hanging on back. Impressed scripted C mark on back. A worthy and patriotic symbol Collector Plate to display.
Classic Mayflower or Viking ship impressed on this vintage brass plate. Hook for hanging on back. The nice thing about these old brass plates is that they have dark areas when made and as they show wear the wear blends in with the dark areas.
You have to look closer to determine which is which. This
plate has some wear and 2 small dents, which adds to the antiquity.
It is 12" in diameter. It would complement a den office or fireplace.
#M2-6 Vintage Brass Old English Design Wall Plate.
Fairy heavy brass. There are slight and tiny wear spots to the finish. Not very noticeable. This is shiny brass with embossed design of two musicians with a guitar or perhaps a mandolin.There is a lady sitting and holding a pitcher with a small and a large flask at her feet.A nobleman with sword is standing and listening to the music. .This large tray is 16 1/2". The 2 1/4" wide rim has an intricate embossed floral. There is a metal loop for hanging on the back. It can be used as a tray or a wall hanging. These brass plates were very popular in the 40s thru 70s and are sought after collectibles today. .In very good plus condition this brass collector plate would complement any decor..
#CP2-6 Vintage Colonial Scenes Brass Collector Plates, Set of Two
1 set available
Marked Made in England. Beautiful sculptured plates with roses in the four corners.. One plate show a colonial man and a colonial lady holding a bouquet of flowers. It appears that a woman slave is making a request to the man . She is bowing before him with outstretched arms. There is a building in the background with small paned windows.
The other plate shows a man holding his hat in his hand conversing with a colonial lady with a parasol. She has two dogs with long ears which look like poodles on a leash. They are on a sidewalk with a cobblestoned street. .The small paneled windows building is in the back ground. These unique brass plated are hung in a diamond shape by a round hook on the back.. Plates are 6 ¼” square. Brass plates were very popular in the 40s and mid 20th century. They are collector items today. These quality brass plates are in excellent condition.