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An earthenware plate, printed in black with various scenes and personages connected with the American Declaration of Independence. In the centre, a scene entitled 'Thomas Jefferson presents to John Hancock the Declaration of Independence July 4th 1776', '1776-1976'. Surrounding the scene the inscription 'TO COMMEMORATE THE BI-CENTENARY OF THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE' with the US arms above. On the edge six circular portraits of 'Benjamin Franklin', 'Gen George Washington', 'Patrick Henry', 'Samuel Adams', 'Paul Revere', 'Thomas Jefferson'. Between the portraits, scenes captioned 'The Boston Tea Party', 'Paul Revere rides for Lexington', 'Independence Hall Philadelphia', 'The Battle of Bunker Hill', 'Washington crosses the Delaware'. On the reverse is printed 'DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE 1776-1976 BI-CENTENNIAL Made in England by WOOD & SonS DESIGNED BY MIKE BRENNAN POTTERS FOR 200 YEARS'.
Wood & Sons Ltd.
- Image reference: E6076
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