Identifying Homer Laughlin China

I inherited my grandmother's vintage china; it is from the Homer Laughlin China Company and my research on line has given me a little history on my china pattern. It was made in 1937 and the pattern was discontinued sometime in 1942. I did a Google search from the stamp on the back of all the dishes. "Eggshell Nautilus USA D51N5" When I typed this in for a Google search it was the wrong pattern. So my question is what does the D51N5 indicate? It doesn't appear to be the pattern at all.

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May 17, 20190 found this helpful

Someone could probably help you if you post some pictures of your china and a close up of the pattern and markings. It is easy to post pictures to this same message.

I cannot tell you what the numbers mean if they do not match your Eggshell Nautilus but you may be able to send pictures of your china and a picture of the markings to Replacements for information.

www.replacements.com/contact-us.htm

This is one pattern named Eggshell Nautilus -

www.replacements.com/.../hlctul.htm

You may have to check out the pattern with Replacements as I can see the Eggshell Nautilus was a popular name with Homer Laughlin.

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eBay and Etsy have several variations of this pattern so maybe one could be like yours..

www.ebay.com/.../332521216896?hash=item4d6bcf1b80...

www.ebay.com/.../i.html?_from=R40&_nkw=homer+laughlin...

www.ebay.com/.../i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=m570.l1313...

www.etsy.com/search?q=homer%20laughlin%20eggshell...

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May 18, 20190 found this helpful

Send the picture to replacements.com. They will identify it and give you a price to buy it from you.

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