1981 Corning Designs' Collector Plate.
Ceramic plate with 19th century Santa Claus.
From the back of its box: "Santa..., Developed by the great American illustrator Thomas Nast, first appeared in 'Harper's Weekly' in 1886. Nast's original cartoon has become the visual prototype of all subsequent Santas & is a delightful portrayal of the American spirit of Christmas."
10-1/4" in diameter. The painted trim around the edge is green, not gold as it may appear in the photo.
Condition: The front is Like New, the reverse has remains of tape which can probably be cleaned off by someone who is better at that sort of thing than I am. "Corning Designs" printed on the back. Sticker on back says "May be used for serving or display. For more information about the Corning Designs' Collectors Edition, Please Write: Corning Designs, Collector Plate Dept., 94 Northfield Ave., Raritan Center, Edison, NJ 08817," and has "1981" hand written on sticker. Original box, included, is in adequate condition, but not pristine.
Quantity available: 1
I have to apologize for the quality of the photo. Can't scan it because it's too big and too reflective, and can't get a good photo, also primarily because it's too reflective.
Price: $19.95 - Plus $4.95 Shipping & Handling to U.S. Address only via Priority Mail.
#A1000D: 1981 Corning Designs' Collector Plate.
Pennsylvania residents: Add 6% sales tax.
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