6 Knowles Norman Rockwell Plates Heritage Collection Limited Edition 1980's
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ITEM: lot of 6 vintage Norman Rockwell collector plates.
DESCRIPTION: These 4 plates are from the Norman Rockwell "HERITAGE" collection, Knowles Fine China, limited edition. Plates are:
1. THE MUSIC MAKER, 1981, plate number T8359, Bradex number: 84-R70-3.5
2. THE STORYTELLER, 1984, plate number AC5750, Bradex number: 84-R70-3.8
3. THE GOURMET, 1985, plate number 17796M, Bradex number: 84-R70-13.9
4. THE LIGHTHOUSE KEEPER'S DAUGHTER, 1979, plate number 317,455B, Bradex number: 84-70-3.3
5. THE YOUNG SCHOLAR, 1991, plate number 18769C, Bradex number: 84-R70-3.15
6. THE VETERAN, 1988, plate number 265F, Bradex number: 84-R70-3.12
CONDITION: Excellent, no flaws, in like new condition!
FLAWS: no boxes or certificates, plates only!
MEASUREMENTS: 8 1/2 inches across.
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: USA
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