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This would make total sense as it would have been in accordance with the import laws of both the USA and UK of the time.There is no reason why the Dresden factory of V&B, which was acquired in 1856, would not have used the 'made in Germany' from the late 19th century also.I am no expert on Villeroy & Boch marks, so straight away I looked through my German marks book Rontgen's.We know that Rontgen isn't always 100% correct, but we'll cut him some slack due to the vast amount of useful material catalogued.Please could you be so kind as to post any results and findings here on this site.If you need any help doing so, just contact me atpeter Hi Just have to step in as moderator at this point. " ..reference to the term "made in Germany" not being used before 1935 I am not sure is correct.
So lots of confusion there for poor old V & B, one of the oldest surviving a very best firms ever to grace planet earth (in my humble opinion).
Peter (admin) May I but into this conversation, Please, as a Complete Novice.
I have in my possession A crescent Shaped dish Marked Villeroy & Bock. The mark Is very similar to the mercury mark shown with the exception of the lower writing.
And I am not saying V&B services are not worth good money at auction, but I can't see any particular commercial advantage to faking a plate of this bulk standard nature.
However, I am always open to be re-educated by someone who knows about the infamous fake V & B trade.
Firstly the comment was rather rude and abrupt - something not welcome in these forums.