The blue transfer plates and cups crop up often in our auctions and 2012 is no different.
So far we a nice selection of these items. They are a nice affordable way to have an original item that looks great on display.
Two biscuit plates.
These are for sale in a lot together, they carry an estimate of £ 80-£90
A plate with a Washington Pottery stamp on the reverse. Not all the Washington Pottery plates have the stamp, but they still date from the same time. However anything with this blue Beatles pattern and a gold rim is a reproduction from a later era.
The plate is estimated at £30- £40
Beatles mugs or cups came with different stamps or imprint on the base. This one is embossed with “Vogue Tams England 64” on the base.
It has an estimate of £40-£50.
If you have anything you would like valued or considered for placement into the auction our contact details can be found by following the link above. Please read the FAQs first. We are already taking items in for the August 2012 event and we can only include a certain amount of items in the auction so it is better to come to us well in advance of the closing date for lots. (Which is usually the beginning of June) Valuations are completely free. We do not value autographs without seeing them. If contacting us by mail or email please include a clear photograph. If contacting us via telephone please have any items to hand in case there are questions we need answering about the item. When bringing items in for valuation please contact us before hand to make sure that the person who does our valuations is available.