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: 480 (470) Series Cinderella Round Casserole Set
Years Manufactured: 1961 - ?
Values: Check below on Ebay for approximate prices
Sizes and ID#s: #473 (1 quart) #474 (1.5 quart) #475 (2.5 quart)

We often see these Early American round casseroles mixed and matched with the Bake Serve Store line. The way to tell them apart is of course the diameter, which is the same in the Bake Serve Store line, but changs in these Round Bake Set Casseroles. Some of them were also probably sold individually, so it’s not such a big deal if you have a mixed bag of these.

The sizes of these casseroles is the usual #473 quart size which is gold leaf on brown, #474 1.5 quart which is brown on opal white, and #475 which is 2.5 quarts and has the gold leaf on brown as well.

The lids on these were clear as far as we know, though I thought once I saw an alternate lid for these casseroles that had some sort of designs on it. It could be just a case on a mismatched lid, though.

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