Antique Nursery Rhyme Tin Alphabet Child's Collector Plate

Antique Nursery Rhyme Tin Alphabet Child's Collector Plate - 1800's

Regular price $39.95


Product Description:  Display this early tin nursery rhyme child's collectible plate from the 1800's.  Embossed on the inside are the first few sentences of "Who Killed Cock Robin" surrounding a bird perched on a branch, highlighted by the alphabet from A-Z stamped around the rim of the plate.  An ideal collectible for displaying for decorative purposes.

*plate stand not included

Circa: Mid to late 1800's

Dimensions: 7 7/8" diameter 

Condition: Previously owned - used.  Condition is consistent with age.  No noticeable dents. Moderate to dark patina.

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