Six Transfer-decorated Historical Blue Staffordshire Pottery Items, England, early 19th century, five plates: a dinner plate depicting PARK THEATRE NEW YORK, with an oak leaf and acorn border, a dinner plate depicting "CITY HALL NEW YORK with floral rim border by J. & W. Ridgeway, a luncheon plate depicting the Troy Line steamboat Chief Justice Marshall, with a shell border, by Enoch Wood & Sons; two luncheon plates, one depicting "Nahant Hotel Near Boston," the other depicting Hoboken in New Jersey" both with eagle and scroll border, by Stubbs; and a covered teapot depicting Washington with his horse and groom on the front lawn of Mount Vernon, each plate with printed title on the bottom, teapot ht. 6 1/2, plate dia. 7 3/4 to 10 1/8 in.
Minor very small chip on teapot cover corner, all six plates in very good condition no chips, cracks or repairs, the Hoboken plate has some minor surface scratches.
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