princess diana exhibit

1. Collection of Princess Diana Plates

Number 1 in the series
'People's Princess,' by Jean Monti from 'Diana, Queen of Hearts' series by Bradford Exchange(4)

Number 2: 'Our Royal Princess' by Bill Chambers(4)

Number 3: 'A True Princess' (4)
'A Very Special Princess' (4)

Number 5: 'Princess to the World'(4)
Number 6: 'An Unforgettable Princess' (4)
Number 7: 'Princess of Compassion' (4)
Number 8: 'An EnchantingPrincess' (4)
Number 9: 'Radiant Princess'
Number 10: 'Our Beloved Princess' (4)
'Our Adored Princess' (4)
'Always Diana' from the Portraits of Diana Series from Bradford Exchange. (4)
'Always Enchanting' Bradford Exchange (4)

'Completely Charming'
Bradford Exchange (4)


Bradford Exchange 1998, 'Forever Diana' by James Griffin.(4)
Franklin Mint, artist Drew Struzan. 1997 (4)

Staffordshire Plate 1997 (4)

'Angel of Hope'
Franklin Mint (4)
'England's Rose'
Franklin Mint (4)
'Queen of Compassion'
Franklin Mint (4)
'People's Princess'
Franklin Mint (4)
Diana and Charles Wedding Plate (3)
Diana and Charles Wedding Plate (4)
Diana, Charles, William & Harry (4)
Diana, Charles, children, the Queen & the Queen Mother (4)
Probably the most expensive single plate today. By Royal Doulton, artist John Merton, 1991 (10 )
'Remembering England's Rose' musical plate, mine plays 'Cannon in D' Bradford Exchange (4)


The collection is at present located at 317 4th St NE, Pipestone, MN, USA. You are most welcome to come in to view it, entrance to the Center is free. While you are there please take a look at the 'Spirit of Peace' Native American museum in the back of the building, and the dolls for sale at 'Where Two Worlds Meet'.



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