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Norman Rockwell, "Rediscovered Women, WrappeD Up in Christmas, Fathers Help, The Birthday Wish, The Campaign

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Norman Rockwell “Rockwell’s Rediscovered Women” Collector’s Plates -

These are limited edition plates in the “Rockwell’s American Dream” collection. The series offer a unique retrospective of the works of Norman Rockwell. They are officially endorsed and certified by the Rockwell Society of American as true Rockwell classics which reflect the developing genius of America’s master storyteller.

* Limited Edition fine porcelain collector plates fully authenticated by Rockwell Society of America, issued in 1984 by Edwin M. Knowles China Co.

* Hand-numbered strictly limited edition of 150 firing days.

The plates are approximately 8.5 inches in diameter. These items were originally purchased by a collector and displayed together. The plates are in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or damage.

Fully Authenticated by the Rockwell Society of America
Title & Bradex Issue # on back of each plate

"Rediscovered Women" series of collector plates each depicting an original artwork illustration by Norman Rockwell:

"Dreaming In the Attic" - First Issue
"Pondering on the Porch" - Third Issue
"Gossiping in the Alcove" - Seventh Issue
"Standing in the Doorway" - Seventh Issue
"Flirting in the Parlor" Eighth Issue
"Working in the Kitchen" Ninth Issue

Additional Collector Plates included,

Lost Campaign Series - Fathers Help - Third Issue
Wrapped Up in Christmas 1981 --- Eighth Series
Norman Rockwell “Rockwell’s Rediscovered Women” Collector’s Plates -

These are limited edition plates in the “Rockwell’s American Dream” collection. The series offer a unique retrospective of the works of Norman Rockwell. They are officially endorsed and certified by the Rockwell Society of American as true Rockwell classics which reflect the developing genius of America’s master storyteller.

* Limited Edition fine porcelain collector plates fully authenticated by Rockwell Society of America, issued in 1984 by Edwin M. Knowles China Co.

* Hand-numbered strictly limited edition of 150 firing days.

The plates are approximately 8.5 inches in diameter. These items were originally purchased by a collector and displayed together. The plates are in excellent condition with no chips, cracks or damage.

Fully Authenticated by the Rockwell Society of America
Title & Bradex Issue # on back of each plate

"Rediscovered Women" series of collector plates each depicting an original artwork illustration by Norman Rockwell:

"Dreaming In the Attic" - First Issue
"Pondering on the Porch" - Third Issue
"Gossiping in the Alcove" - Seventh Issue
"Standing in the Doorway" - Seventh Issue
"Flirting in the Parlor" Eighth Issue
"Working in the Kitchen" Ninth Issue

Additional Collector Plates included,

Lost Campaign Series - Fathers Help - Third Issue
Wrapped Up in Christmas 1981 --- Eighth Series

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Norman Rockwell, "Rediscovered Women, WrappeD Up in Christmas, Fathers Help, The Birthday Wish, The Campaign

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