5/18/2010 0 Comments
Answers to some questions
Thanks very much to Norman Lowe for getting in touch and providing some great photos. In my February 20th posting I said I'd be pleased to hear from anyone with a plaque from Moore & Co.'s Aesop series. Norman's plaque 'The Miser' is shown below with my own.
Also, Norman purchased the orange Moore & Co ship plaque mentioned in my April 21 posting. I wanted to know whether it was heavily potted. Apparently it isn't, weighing only 579g. This compares with 613g for a pink plaque of that form in his collection. And 666g, 692g & 696g for orange plaques of that form with religious verses. All plaques are 24cm across. So there is at least one well-modelled and lightly potted orange plaque out there!
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