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Now 50% OFF Marked Down from $60 for Big Summer Sale
This plate has caused considerable debate. It is most definitely a conversation piece. It will certainly cause talk! We have hesitated to put it up for sale without knowing its true history. It has an amazing history starting with how we acquired it. Years ago we got caught in a bidding war at an estate auction and won. We had no idea what we had won. There were at least two other people who claimed to know but had different stories. Some indicated that it was a Nazi plate and others that it was a Boy Scout Trophy. Everyone has an opinion on the transfer design. It has the perfect aged patina for you Shabby Chic decor or cottage. It is quite an attention getter and will create conversation among guest. It measures 11 inches by 9 inches.

So we list it today at a price we feel is in keeping with the auction price.. Thank you for looking. As of June 19 ON SALE MARKED DOWN.

Update: Thanks to Etsy shoppers we have heard that it is a "Good Luck Plate" from the early 1900s. There are many good luck symbols including wishbone, four leaf clover, horse shoe and the luck swastikas and poppies. Probably from East Liverpool, Ohio between 1900 and 1910

The item is non returnable. Please examine all pictures and ask any questions before purchasing.

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FINAL SALE Antique Good Luck Plate, Rare, Shabby French Chic Style, Collectible Plate