Need Help Identifying Manufacture and Pattern

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  1. Judy Hayes

    Judy Hayes New Member

    Plate.jpg Plate 1.jpg Plate.jpg Plate 1.jpg The back of the plates have Germany and 79 imprinted on them.
     
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  2. Chris Marshall

    Chris Marshall Well-Known Member

    You are not going to find anything based on the base stamp as it's a generic (export tax related) mark, meaning that it was not used by one specific factory alone. This type of mark was common between around 1905 and max. 1922. A very low product price was the reason for the use of this mark type instead of a fully fledged producer mark in the first place; such items can not be expected to be of high quality (as per German standards at the time).

    Items with such a mark plus a specific producer mark *can* be found, those however are a completely different matter.
     
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