An unusual Lloyd George beaker. A good named (Mr Lloyd George MP) portrait with folded arms and marked 'Elliott & Fry - Copyright'. The back has the Prince of Wales feathers. Wear to rim and base gilding and age crazing. No chips, cracks or restoration. Mr Lloyd George entered Parliment in 1890 and became Prime Minister 1916-1922.
Crystal House Of Representatives John J. Rhodes Plate
Crystal House of Representatives John J. Rhodes Plate. This plate commemorates Congressman John Rhodes who served for thirty years in the House of Representatives. This plate has a an etched pattern with the American Eagle/House of Representatives, John J Rhodes, it measures 13 1/2 inches across and is in lovely condition, no chips. It would be a terrific addition to your collection!
A LIMOGES PORCELAIN PLATE WITH A COLOR PORTRAIT OF FELIX FAURE(1841-1899). A successful industrialist, he was elected to the Chamber of Deputies in 1881. After serving in several cabinet posts he became President of France in an unexpected victory. He opposed reopening the case of Alfred Dreyfus, the dominating issue of his presidency. In very good condition.
Sir Austin Chamberlain Mp Portrait Tile Of 1863-1937.
British statesman and recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize. He was a member of the most famous political family of their day. His father was Joseph Chamberlain MP and his half brother was Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain. In good condition with usual light age crazing and wear.
C.1886 William Gladstone Plate - 4 Times Prime Minister.
A portrait plate with flowers of the Union and a registration mark on the back for 1886. In very good condition with only light wear to the gilding. William Ewart Gladstone(1809-1898), four times prime minister of Britain (1868-1874,1880-1885, 1886, and 1892-1894). One of the dominant political forces in Victorian England. Leader of the Liberal Party after 1867, Gladstone changed the role of government in England.
A pressed clear glass 5 inch dish with hard to see diamond registration mark for 1869. Center reads 'For the Million' and the outside 'Gladstone'. Gladstone, William Ewart (1809-1898), four times prime minister of Britain (1868-1874,1880-1885, 1886, and 1892-1894), and one of the dominant political forces in Victorian England. Leader of the Liberal Party after 1867, Gladstone changed the role of government in England. Tiny rim nibbles on which do not detract.