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There maybe someone just starting out who can use them.My second line is that I have found there are sometimes churches or other religious organizations who take dishes if they are working with a family who needs them (like someone who just had a fire or if they re-settle refuge families).
The piece we have is a tea pitcher that looks like a baseball. It was made in 1937 and the pattern was discontinued sometime in 1942. They will pay much less than retail, but are an excellent service to deal with.
I did a Google search from the stamp on the back of all the dishes. Can anyone tell me if these dishes are worth anything and if so about how much. I have:1 - platter7 - plates4 - salad bowls5 - little bowl4 - little plates8 - little bit bigger plates1 - cup1 - thing to pour with1 - container with a lid I inherited my grandmother's Homer Laughlin (HLC) dinnerware, that was bought as a gift for her in 1952 by my father who worked at HLC making the color that goes on the dishes. I sold a bunch of another HL pattern there a few years ago and was very pleased!