The trademark has been used with little variations ever since the founding and every single piece of porcelain produced by Royal Copenhagen has been stamped with the three waves.The trademark with the three waves has had changes through the years.To see a more complete listing of porcelain marking, go to: Porcelain Marks. Prussia (view marks) Ruby Glass Salt Spoon Salvador Ysart Samurai Swords sand toys Sanskrit Schumann, Carl (view marks) Seth Thomas Clocks Sevres (view marks) Sextants Sheet Steel Cars Ship bell Shirley Temple Dolls Sideboard Sitzendorf (view marks) Sitzendorf Porcelain Sprimont, Nicholas Spring Driven Windup Toys Staffordshire (view marks) Staunton Chess Sets Stutz Bearcat Automobiles Tall Chest Tantalus Tapestry Tassie, James Tea Bowl Tea Caddy Teco Pottery Tenon The First English Bible Theodore Haviland Tin Ceilings tin toys Tinderbox trade cards trefoil triffid foot Trompe L'oeil trumpet turning Underglaze Uneeda Biscuit Unterweissbach (view marks) Vasoline Glass (Canary Glass) veilleuse Victorian Horn Chair Vitruvian Man Volkstedt (view marks) Von Schierholz (view marks) washboard Water Organ Waterford Crystal Weather Vanes Wedgwood China (view marks) Weller Pottery Wenham prism Winchester Firearms Windup Toys Witch Balls Woodblock Printing Wooden Toys Wooton Patent Desk Worcester Porcelain Yatate Zwischengoldglas Etc. The following images are a survey of the marks on various internet sites. However, We do not make any claim to know the authenticity of these marks as valid Nymphenburg marks and not imitations. 1537 Matthew-Tyndale Bible 1909 Honus Wagner Baseball Card 1933 Double Eagle Gold Piece A. The popularity of the patterns helped the business grow rapidly.
If you would like more information regarding your Rosenthal pattern, please to register for free inventory availability updates, sent via e-mail, FAX, or U. In 1891, he established a factory in Asch, Bohemia and began production of white ware for use in his workshop.From 1897 to 1936, Rosenthal acquired factories in Kronach, Marktredwitz, Selb, Waldenburg, Sophienthal, and Waldershof.This makes it possible to tell the age of each piece of porcelain by Royal Copenhagen.The Royal Copenhagen trademarks shown below were used on porcelain and fine china with blue under glazed decorations. Royal Copenhagen Christmas plates, figurines and some porcelain sets.