Two Blue & White Royal Delft Commemorative Plates - Dutch Guilder Crisis Year 1935 & Gold Standard


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The first tin glazed earthenware plate commemorating the idea that the Dutch guilder was yes or not to be detached from the gold'(standard). Between the sitting (wise) owl on two books the two opinions
Laat los de Gulden!   Houdt hem vast! (Release the Guilder / Hold the Guilder).
Door d’allerknapsten wordt ’t vraagstuk bekeken,
Het hardste schreeuwen   Intussen de Leeken.
Crisis Jaar 1935

(By all the smartest is the issue being looked at. 
the loudest screaming meanwhile the layman).
Surrounded on the rim with stylized floral swags.
Signed on the back in underglaze blue for:
DE PORCELEYNE FLES  -  ROYAL DELFT
DELFT  -  HOLLAND  &  BE = 1935

Painter’s initials: =  Not identified

Diam.:  18 cm.  (7,2 inches.)
Weight: 207 grams. 


The second  tin glazed earthenware plate commemorating that the Dutch guilder was detached from the gold'(standard) .The coin 1 G (Gulden) surrounded
with a laurel wreath and the text:
De gulden los van het goud.  -  Al heft ook de Gulden in eervollen strijd zijn gaafheid niet kunnen bewaren,  -   Zijn kracht is nog groot , en eendrachtig beleid -  Zal Neerland er wel bij doen varen.  -  Sept. 1936.  (The guilder apart from the gold – even the Guider has in the honorable fight  his coolness not kept –  his strength is still great, and unified policy –  shall The Netherlands do well.). Surrounded on the rim with stylized floral swags.
Signed on the back in underglaze blue for:
DE PORCELEYNE FLES   -   ROYAL DELFT
DELFT  -  HOLLAND   &   BF = 1936

Painter’s initials: JL  = Jan Willem Lispet.
Employment dates:  August 9th, 1887 - 1938

Diam.:  18,2 cm.  (7,2 inches.)       
Weight: 200 grams. 


Material
Hand Painted Earthenware
Reference
M.3012S
Price
Price on request
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