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Put together from various auction catalogues of recent years, listed in alphabetical order of artists. The interested person should be aware that prices in the art- or antique trade may be rather higher.
Bajadere No. 71 1921
Perlensucherin No. 446
1.000,00 - 1.500,00 €
Überbrettl No. 328
1.000,00 - 1.500,00 €
Aschermittwoch No. 1040
750,00 - 900,00 €
For animals the rule of thumb - proceed with caution: between EUR 60 up to EUR 400 according to style, colour and size.
Deckelvase No. 542 1920
Deckeldose (Rokoko-Eislaufszene), H 11 cm um 1921
Ziervase, H 14,5 cm 1927
Weihnachtsteller (Hl. 3 Könige), D 20,3 cm 1911
Collected in recent years from various sources, listed in alphabetical order of the services, followed where possible – in brackets () – the model number, the name of the Rosenthal factory, of the designer and of the year of first edition.
For the following services rule of thumb with some caution is: new price or the last list price (ask the dealer!), but if possible including:
For the following services prices in the china trade and at auctions have varied in recent years for single colours, colour and printed decorations between
75,00 - 500,00 € (coffee service)
100,00 - 750,00 € (dinner service) and
10,00 - 100,00 € (per coffee or dinner place setting).
Prices for elaborately painted decorations or precious metal transfers lay between
125,00 - 1.500,00 € (coffee service)
200,00 - 2.500,00 € (dinner service) and
25,00 - 150,00 € (per coffee or dinner place setting):
For the following services prices in recent years fluctuated in the china trade and at auctions between
300,00 - 5.000,00 € (coffee service)
400,00 - 7.500,00 € (dinner service) and
50,00 - 250,00 € (per coffee or dinner place setting) in the lowest region of optionally exchangeable decorations which all firms have in similar styles such as the gold band, a little above that printed decorations which were copied from one service to another in the upper and uppermost range for handpainted decorations:
Translated from "Rosenthal Service, Figuren, Zier- und Kunstobjekte", Dieter Struss
with kind permission of Battenberg Verlag, Augsburg Germany