What's my Aynsley China tea cup & saucer worth?

DomKerschFebruary 18, 2014

Hi there!
I have an Aynsley England china "The Cup of Knowledge" tea cup and saucer. The mark on the underside is of the crown with "Aynsley" written above and "England" written below. This link suggests to me that this mark is from 1905-1925. This is the link (scroll down):
http://www.heirloomsantiques.com.au/aynsley-a-20.html
However, both cup and saucer are also marked in red ink a code: 4914F
As well as these markings, the cup has a black printed number "No 702537" written on its underside which looks like this (look at the final image - note that the green marking is different in this image):
http://www.etsy.com/au/listing/172008067/vintage-aynsley-teacup-and-saucer?ref=market
Any ideas what these marks could mean, and how much the cup and saucer could be worth?
Thanks! Dom

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teddybear_2009

I see them advertised for huge prices but I think a more realistic price may be $40.00 to$80.00 , maybe you could consign it to a antique shop and get more, who knows.They are few and far between now just my opinion.

    Bookmark   February 25, 2014 at 9:28AM
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