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    Lyndon B. Johnson: Official White House China. 9" dinner plate decorated in gold and salmon, part of the series of State Flowers ordered by Lady Bird Johnson and delivered to the White House on May 9, 1968. Similar to illustration #97 in Klapthor's "Official White House China". The back side reads: "The White House/ 1968/ Indian Paintbrush Wyoming/ Designed By Tiffany and Company/ Made By Castleton China, Inc./ U.S.A." A second set of State Flower plates were produced, each with hand-painted flowers, but were delivered when Nixon was in office in the Summer of 1972. This set was made using some sort of transfer or decal process. Mint condition.

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    August, 2018
    25th-26th Saturday-Sunday
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