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    05/14/15 ,via The Courier-Journal

    Q: I have six luncheon plates and six cups and saucers marked on the bottom "Designed for Pan Am" above an oval mark for "Bauscher Weiden, Bavaria, Germany." They are solid white with a gold border and are surprisingly sturdy. Do they have any value, 

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    10/11/13 ,via Inside Tucson Business

    proprietor of German Dental Lab, and this shop, more a candidate for a Bavarian village than downtown Nogales, is a vital supply-house for top dentists and surgeons in this border city. Helgert, a graduate of Dental Technik Hartwich, of Weiden










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Bavaria Porzellan: Pottery & China | eBay

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Hutschenreuther - Wikipedia

Hutschenreuther is the name of the family that established the production of porcelain in Northern Bavaria, starting in 1814.