Currier & Ives “Early Winter” Series All dishes in excellent condition except where noted.All prices are "LIST" price with Replacements. Total of goods below is $486 plus the value of the cut glass oil lamps (not shown). The eBay SALE PRICE IS 50% of the Replacements price.MAY ALSO SELL ITEMS SEPARATELY. PLEASE CONTACT SELLER.8 Dinner Plates, 10” back stamp with “Currier & Ives Old Grist Mill Underglaze Print by Royal. Made in U.S.A.” One plate with 2 small cracks, still very usable. $9.99 EACH ON REPLACEMENTS6 Dinner Bowls - 8-1/2 “ wide Backstamped with “Currier & Ives Early Winter Underglaze Print by Royal. Made in U.S.A.” $9.99 ON REPLACEMENTS2 Serving Bowls 9-1/4” wide Backstamped with Currier & Ives Maple Sugaring Underglaze Print by Royal. Made in U.S.A.” $23.99 ON REPLACEMENTS2 Pie Bakers 10” wide with pie plate shape bottom, No backstamp $19.99-$27.99 DEP ON PATTERN -- REPLACEMENTS7 Butter or Dessert plates 6-1/2” Picture of Hay Harvest. No backstamp $4.996 Compote or berry bowls 5-1/2” wide "The Old Farm Gate". No backstamp $5.996 saucers 6” wide with Riverboat picture. No backstamp $9.99 for cup and saucer set9 tea cups, 3-3/4” wide, picture of woman riding horse carriage, one crackled inside all others perfect condition. No backstamp1 Creamer with "The Express Train" picture $9.99 Marked with a raised V on the bottom1 Sugar Bowl with lid. Riverboat picture. $23.99 Marked with a raised V on the bottom2 Lamp, Hurricane; "The Old Grist Mill"; Clear globe, no stamp UNKNOWN VALUEA note on backstamps: My item does not have a backstamp, is it a reproduction? Not all Royal China items have backstamps. As a matter of fact, onmost items it is more common to have no backstamp than to have one. Some pieces never carried any backstamps, some always carried backstamps, but most are known to exist with and without backstamps. Not having a backstamp does not mean the item is a "reproduction" or in any way not "original". Value of items without backstamps is therefore not any less. Royal China produced their dinnerware over a span of 35 years. Often the dinnerware was sold to a reseller (Sears, Marshall Burns, Montgomery Ward, etc.) and because it was being resold the items did not carry backstamps. Then there is the types of backstamps. Over the years of production different backstamps were applied. Eldon R. Aupperle in his guide "A Collector's Guide for Currier & Ives Dinnerware" lists 12 types of backstamps on C&I dinnerware (not including the USA imprint, the "MADE IN U.S.A." backstamp, the "S" overprint, and color variations) and additional varieties have been found since publication. Then there are the various letter/number codes found on the pieces.

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