"Many early U.S. tokens were made featuring the swastika, which denoted "luck". At the four openings, other symbols were used like a wishbone and clover. It took something as bad as the Nazi Party to change our viewpoint."
"Glad to hear that your item is looking more and more genuine and unique. But even though the decal sheet theory is incorrect in this instance, I'm glad it was brought up because it is so obscure that it's a good false-read to watch…"
"Because the emblems are placed rather haphazardly and atop an existing pattern I believe that the emblems are actually transfer decals that were placed by a bored young model builder who had the decals left over and didn't know what else to do…"
I posted about this yesterday but for some reason my post was removed...My husband and I inherited these dishes and can't seem to find anything on them other than they are pre-nazi "good luck" dishes... but when the swastika was a symbol of good luck...I have found the pattern online through several different companies, however my set has NO markings whatsoever. They are also very plain. There is no gold trim on mine.The other dishes with the blue flower pattern say "SEVERN" on the…See More