When I looked at the Scott and Moore 'Prepare' plaques in detail, I identified four different transfer plates with miniscule variations. I categorised them as Sunderland plate 1, Sunderland plate 2, Sunderland plate 3 and Sunderland plate 4. However, when I repeated the exercise for the 'Thou god' plaques, I could only find three variations to pair with the Prepares. There was no obvious pair for Sunderland plate 2.
Interestingly, the tiny variations between the Prepare transfer plates carried over into the corresponding Thou transfer plates. So if a leaf was more heavily shaded on one side on the Sunderland plate 3 Prepare, it was shaded in exactly the same way on the Sunderland plate 3 Thou god. If the small circles beside the flowers were joined to the wreath by stalks on the Prepare, they were also joined by stalks on the Thou god.
So what about the Praise ye plaques? The pair to Sunderland plate 1 is very easy to identify. The forms on which the transfer appears are distinctive, and I've found no evidence that any of the other transfer plates (2–4) were used on them. They also have a mistake in the surmounting verse, which reads 'In the O Lord...' I've posted some examples below. N.B. the first four plaques are attributed to Scott (see here). The fifth plaque may have been made by Ball's Deptford Pottery after Scott's closure in 1896.
But the details of the Sunderland plate 3 Praise ye plaque don't follow the same pattern as those on the Prepare and the Thou god. Look at the photos below. On the Praise ye, the leaves under the word 'thee' (first detail) are more heavily shaded on the left side. Whereas on the Prepare, they are more heavily shaded on the right. The circles to the right of the flowers (second detail) on the Praise ye plaque are joined to the sprig by stalks. Whereas on the Prepare, there are no stalks. The leaves on the top of the sprig, to the right of the flowers (second detail) are more heavily shaded on the left on the Praise ye plaque. But they are more heavily shaded on the right on the Prepare.