Antique MALING Transferware Mug Poor Richard Quote
stamp: MALING ESTD 1762
made in England
The Mug is in very good original condition
This tapered mug is marked Maling (maker) Newcastle-on-Tyne England.
This is a 1949-63 mark of the C.T. Maling Pottery.
The original Robert Maling engravings were used
in the mid 20th century to produce the series of Poor Richard pottery.
This particular mug dates to 1956 with the shipping logo with
" POOR RICHARD WAY TO WEALTH "
on the top of the mug.
The front has "plough
deep while sluggards sleep, and you shall have corn to sell and to keep"
The back has" " what maintains one vice ,would bring up two children.
it is easier to suppress the first desire than to satisfy all that follow"
There are some old sight and some mark inside for it's age
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approximately 12.5cm tall x 9cm (top) x11cm (bottom) Diameter
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