Posted by Paige O'Day (184.108.40.206) on September 28, 2001 at 16:02:43:
In Reply to: Johann Haviland Blue Garland China posted by Griffin on November 26, 2000 at 16:08:50:
: I received "grocery store" Johann Haviland China, in 1973, this could possibly have been purchased in 1972. I have 2 - 8pc settings (dinner plates, bread & butter plates, fruit bowls, tea cups & saucers) a cassarole dish, large platter, and a sugar & creamer.
: Each piece is stamped with a blue number. All is in EXCELLENT CONDITION, and in its original packaging.
: Any value here ?
Before deciding on a sale value, you should search for similar items on Ebay and other online auction services. I just bought a service for 12 for about $300. These online auction services are probably going to put china replacement services out of business. In my recent piece-by-piece price comparison, I found that you could often purchase mint condition pieces for less than one fifth the price charged by replacement matching services.
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