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Bing and Grondahl Alphabet City Plate The Little Mermaid. Produced by B&G in 1933 and 1934, designed by Ove Larsen, approximately 7.7 inches square (19 cm), hand-painted on porcelain with the design molded in relief (like the Christmas plates). The first series, issued in August 1933, shows cities of the world, with the first letter of the city at the bottom of the scene. There are at least 24 such plates, one for each letter of the alphabet (missing Q and X). A second series was issued in April 1934, featuring famous landmarks in and around Copenhagen, all WITHOUT a letter at the bottom.