Presented is an original porcelain dinner service plate, from the Benjamin Harrison service, which was part of the re-order placed by President Theodore Roosevelt in 1908. The plate has a wide, dark blue border decorated in gold with corn and goldenrod, in honor of Benjamin Harrison's home state of Indiana. The Arms of the United States is at center in full color.
The plate was made by Tressemannes and Vogt in Limoges, France, and ordered through the Washington, D.C. firm of Dulin, Martin Co. The underside of the plate has both "Dulin, Martin Co." and "Harrison 1892" marks.
Normal wear to the gilded edges and stars surrounding eagle, but very fine condition otherwise. Plate is 8.5" in diameter.
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