Eight Mostly Military and Railroad-themed Transfer-decorated Ceramic Plates, including "Texian Campaigne," "The Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company 1827-1927," "Remember the Maine," "Landing of the Pilgrims," "American Express Train," "Lee and Jackson at Chancellorsville, Last Meeting, May 1, 1863," "Don't Give Up the Ship - Death of Capt. Lawrence, June 1st 1815," and "Mt. Washington Cog Railway."
restored break through the Texian Campagne plate, as well as general crazing, most notably to the Staffordshire plate titled "Don't Give Up the Ship."
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