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I enjoy researching so I thought I would give it a go.Through Web articles and a couple of books I determined that NM 572 was a Goebel series/model number.So ultimately, here is the information I seek: Does anyone know under what conditions and when the Goebel Company would not have put a stamped or incised mark one of their products? Pat Hi Pat Your article is perhaps the most exhaustive piece of research I have ever had on this China Chat forum in 10 years. Right off the bat, if I had seen this piece without your research, I would have also written it off as a Goebel type copy - likely from the Far East.
I have always been a random collector of ceramic items, bought only because they had a certain attraction.
Occupied by Neanderthals during the Middle Paleolithic, scholars believe that they were displaced around 30,000 BCE by the first wave of "modern man", a view supported by the fact that the earliest directly-dated modern human remains from Kostenky date to about 30,000 BCE.
At any rate, from then on, Kostenky was repeatedly occupied by hunter-gatherers during the Gravettian or "Willendorf-Kostenki" culture, and scholars believe it was modern man who created the earliest art of the area.
After that, it sat in my china closet for a very long time.
However recently, the more I stared at it, the more I began to wonder if it were possible to determine its history.
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I do have 1933 – 1958 but that’s a very broad range.