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Great plate, Erich.

Mine arrived today and has the two ‘Werkschar’ marks of the Werkschar Naumburg works of Friedrich Muck-Lamberty.

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Robin, mine also has the Werkschar marking on the reverse. Best, Erich

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Gents,

Would you please be so kind to show these Werkschar markings?

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Gents,

Would you please be so kind to show these Werkschar markings?

Don't have a photo to hand ................... but the mark is a simple WERKSCHAR stamping in very small letters ................ repeated on two of the three 'feet' on the back of the plate.

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Don't have a photo to hand ................... but the mark is a simple WERKSCHAR stamping in very small letters ................ repeated on two of the three 'feet' on the back of the plate.

OK thanks Robin, I have a whole bunch of these but none from the Werkschar production.

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The plate was found in this group from an estate sale ...................... :0

A diamond in the dust.

Edited by Robin Lumsden

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You picked the right one Robin! These tellers go well with a Julfest display.

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The wolfsangeln are excavated c.16th century examples and the piece of stone is from Wewelsburg. Leuchter is a 6-dotter, from the estate of Johannes Muhlenkamp.

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Here's a little spring time display that I did that shows my plate.

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Really like the wrought iron candle holder Robin. I have one as well as you can see in my little display. Mine has runic symbols on the base.

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Really like the wrought iron candle holder Robin.

Thanks.

Cost under 40 Euros.

Now has a beeswax candle attached! ;)

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