George Washington and John Adams in 1775 Mulberry Plate by Crown Ducal
A lovely George Washington collectible plate, made by Crown Ducal of England, celebrating the bicentenary of Washington, 1732-1932.
This mulberry print is surrounded by a yellow and gold trim, featuring fruiting flowers and leaves. The plate features a scene from June 15th 1775, when John Adams formally nominates George Washington as commander of the continental forces (and when two days later, the Battle of Bunker Hill would ensue). Under the image, the text reads: John Adams proposing Washington for Commander-in-Chief of the American Army.
- This is an original plate, not a reproduction
- The plate is approximately 10 ½” in diameter
Only one plate of this kind available
In good condition - no cracks or chips, has some scratching
- Made in England