Porcelain plate Independence Hall England.
Very beautiful, handmade engraving.
Everyone knows, when U.S. citizens celebrate the US independence day – July 4 each year, and I believe that on this day in 1776 and was declared the American "Declaration of independence". The text of the Declaration of independence proclaimed the Declaration of independence of the thirteen former British colonies from the mother country. Date of this event is listed as July 4, 1776, though it is not so. In fact, the resolution of independence from England two days earlier was made by members of the so-called Second continental Congress. The very next day after this momentous event the decision to secede from England was printed in the press, and a little later, on 3 July, the Declaration adopted in the Congress.
Philadelphia is one of the most "historical" cities in the country USA. Founded in the XVII century by the Quaker William Penn, it twice, albeit briefly became the capital of the United States, but each time temporarily. During the American revolution and the war of independence in Philadelphia met the famous Second continental Congress adopted the famous Declaration of independence in 1776. The 4th of July, which is still celebrated in the USA as independence Day. Later it was adopted the text of the current Constitution of 1787. All this happened in a small building called (Independence Hall). Now is one of the most revered in the country of the shrines depicted on the back of $ 100 bills.
This historical building is depicted on porcelain plate.
Marked: Liberty blue, Independence hall, made in England