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    Asked Aug 8, 2010, 10:32 AM 1 Answer
    I have 12 (7 piece) place settings of Noritake China, with no chips, with the marking "M" on the back. The Noritake site calls it 977 Moimura pattern 1933. Can you tell me the value of the set. I also have the serving pieces. One serving piece as a chip. >E-mail Removed<

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    Aug 8, 2010, 11:03 AM

    Please don't post your email address - it is against the rules of AMHD as well as dangerous.

    I thought that Moimura was the manufacturer or agent, not the pattern - but I have another pattern so I'm not sure.

    You can look up the pieces here: Noritake China at Replacements

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