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1909 Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition Plate


Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition: Seattle 1909 This is another wonderful Staffordshire plate by The Rowland & Marsellus Co. designed and produced in Staffordshire England for The Bon Marche, Seattle, Wash. The center motif features three women. The Asian woman in a sunflower kimono holds a model of a ship and the woman in white holds flowers. This is surrounded by vignettes of Mount Rainier near Seattle 14,520 feet high, Agricultural Building A.Y.P. Exposition, Pioneer Square & Totem Pole, Academy of the Holy Names, Snoqualmie Falls, and the Seattle Water Front. The plate measures approximately 10" in diameter. There are no chips or cracks. (Stock number 003wf09-0326b) $200.00

Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition: Seattle 1909 This marvelous German manufactured souvenir plate was made exclusively for M. Seller & Company Seattle, Wash. The center motif features three women. The Asian woman in a sunflower kimono holds a model of a ship and the woman in white holds flowers. They are surrounded by images of Washington State Building, A.Y.P.E. Seattle, Manufactures Building, A.Y.P.E. Seattle, Auditorium Building, A.Y.P.E. Seattle, Machinery Building, A.Y.P.E. Seattle, Agricultural Building, A.Y.P.E. Seattle, and the Fine Arts Building, A.Y.P.E. Seattle. The plate measures approximately 9" in diameter. There are no chips or cracks but some of the gold trim has been rubbed off. (Stock number 003wf09-0326d) $175.00

Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition: Seattle 1909 This wonderful Staffordshire plate by The Rowland & Marsellus Co. was designed and imported by Spelger & Hurlbut, Seattle, Wash. It portrays Mount Rainier, Princess Angeline, Snoqualmie Falls, and the Alaska Building. The center motif features three women. The Asian woman in a sunflower kimono holds a model of a ship and the woman in white holds flowers. Unfortunately we do not know the significance of this image. The plate measures 10" in diameter. There are no chips or cracks. (Stock number 003wf09-0326a) SOLD

Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition: Seattle 1909. This colorful souvenir plate features a center motif with three women. The Asian woman in a sunflower kimono holds a model of a ship and the woman in white holds flowers. A Native American feather motif rims the plate. It was manufactured in England for The Bon Marche, Seattle, Washington by Adams Tunstall. The plate measures approximately 8.5" in diameter. There are no chips or cracks but the color is rubbed in several spots. (Stock number 003wf09-0326c) $175.00 SOLD


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