Hi and I hope I am not too much of a nuisance!!!
I am interested in bidding on this item and have tried to look at the 'supersize' photo of the set
However, only another small one is displayed
Are you able to alter the picture on Ebay or send it to me direct???
Hi, and I am glad I won - it looks a very nice
If you let me know the postage and insurance cost up here to Cairns (4879), I will make an immediate direct deposit
I also wrote earlier about a 'supersize' photo that wouldn't display
I bought this item as a surprise for My Darling Wife and I would love to have a copy of that large photo to show her!!!
Can you send it to my email address - I would really appreciate it!!!
My name is Geoff and I was the winner of the "Queen Anne" auction
I have already contacted you via the Ebay Contact System about obtaining a copy of the 'supersize' photo that would not display on the auction page
I was just looking at the item again - and thinking I was lucky!!!
--- but have noticed something that concerns me
This is a copy of the backstamp photo
--- and I have just noticed that there is
no "E" in the name Anne
I am no expert in china!!!
I saw that in your item description you wrote it as Anne
--- so I have spent a bit of time looking around other Ebay auctions and other places on the internet for Queen Anne items, and all of them spell the name with an "E"
Does the "E" appear in any of the other items in the set???
My concern now is to whether the set is a genuine Queen Anne or maybe a copy
I am sure that you don't mind me asking you these questions
I have made over 50 Ebay purchases and every single feedback I have received has been positive
I look forward to hearing from you before making the payment
Thank you for your purchase
The total for your item is $47.49 (includes $14.50 for postage)
I will be making the payment as requested immediately
via direct deposit
I fully understand that Ebay is a BUYER BEWARE system, but I will admit to being totally surprised that this invoice was sent with no reference to my notes and emails re the larger photo and the spelling of the name 'Anne'
Still, fifty bucks is no big deal, and I'll just throw the set in the nearest bin if it proves to be a copy!!!
and a note to say that the Queen Ann set arrived in Cairns in perfect condition
My wife loves it!!! --- and it will take pride-of-place in one of her display cabinets!!!
I am still a bit mystified as to why you did not answer my emails or notes through the Ebay Message System
I have left "Positive Feedback" at Ebay
I'm so glad the set arrived safely
It is really beautiful, isn't it?
I'm sorry I didn't reply to your messages - my computer's been playing up a lot lately
I will leave "Feedback" today
Thanks again, Geoff
Have a lovely day
Hi, and I am hoping you can assist me
I have been given some china and a photo of the backstamp is attached (photo as above)
The name is - Queen Ann "Lady Alexander Rose"
Is there a manufacturer using Queen Ann (without the "E") as well as the "more normal" Queen Anne type???
Is this china I have been given probably a 'fake'???
I have searched all over the internet and every reference spells it as Anne, and not Ann
I would really appreciate your assistance
Thank you very much
We've only seen it with an "e" too, but sometimes there were mistakes made with the backstamps
I don't think it's a fake - it's not worth anyone's while to fake a tea set really
Sue and Robert Gale
Dear Mr Roneberg
We do not have a way of telling if the china is a fake or not
Most of the times it could be just a miss-print or stamp error
When a new stamp was made it could have been wrong and the manufacturer did not want to pay for a correction and used the stamp as it was
I did pull our stock and the spelling is the same as your china
There is so little known about the company
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