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Lovely 7 5\/8-inch ceramic\/porcelain plate features a images of the historic CARLISLE COURTHOUSES in Carlisle (Cumberland\/Westmoreland Counties), England. Originally an old Citadel, constructed between 1541 and 1543 to secure the Carlisle's southern approaches, sat on the site. The engineer in charge was a Moravian, Stefan von Haschenperg. The massive towers seen today were built in the 19th century by Sir Robert Smirke when the old Citadel was converted into Courthouses. Outside the gate stands a statue of William, Earl of Lonsdale (1792-1844), a Lord Lieutenant of Cumberland and Westmorland.

Beautiful pierced rim. No chips, cracks, or crazing. Nice, vibrant colors (stand not included; for display only).

CARLISLE COURTHOUSES, England Collector Souvenir Plate

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