An unglazed acquisition

The most recent acquisition is an inaugured plate from the Zuiderdam 2002. Upon receipt, the plate turned out not glazed. That is strange, so what to do? Well, contact the Goedewaagen Museum (Friggo Visser) and explain the matter to him. It must be a rejected copy that has not been destroyed like it should have been, but was taken away and subsequently placed on the market. All Goedewaagen plates for the HAL are given a glazed decoration. I can not determine what the reasons for rejection of this plate can be, so I give it a place in my collection. It feels a bit like a ‘misprint’ that is unique because of his misprint.

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