Pattern: Early American
Identifiers / Alternate Names: Various early American motifs, usually dark brown on white or dark brown on lighter brown. There are also "gold colored" motifs on brown as well. There are a ton of different Americana items styled like the Butterprint pattern and some of them include federal eagles, lamps, kettles, salt/pepper shakers, corn, antique coffee grinders, cats and weathervane roosters. Also known as: Americana (very often mislabeled as this), Early American Heritage, Country Pictures, Weathervane
Item Type: 470 Series Cinderella Bake-Serve-Store Casserole Set
Years Manufactured: 1961 - ?
Values: Check below on Ebay for approximate prices
Sizes and ID#s: #471 (1 pint) #472 (1.5 pint) #473 (1 quart)

The popular Early American pattern was included on these 3 casseroles, which run the usual #471 1 pint, #472 1.5 pint and #473 1 quart and do not increase in diameter. As usual, the #473 1 quart size is shared with the standard 480 set of round casseroles.

The casseroles all had the standard clear lids and as far as we know came in two different color combinations. The first is gold leaf decorations on brown and that appears on the smallest and largest of the casseroles. The second is brown decorations on opal white and appears on the middle sized casseroles. These seem to be rather common, so don’t overpay for them.

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