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Posted 4 years ago

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george2324
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iam not posting this for sale i just would like to know all about it is it rare dose it have much value if any one can help please do.you can email me.

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  1. george2324, 4 years ago
    can some one help on this
  2. george2324, 4 years ago
    email any info thanks
  3. george, 4 years ago
    well i guess no one cares about my tea pot
  4. Dizzydave Dizzydave, 4 years ago
    Can't read the bottom, responed with text what it states on bottom and I will take a look. Dave
  5. george2324, 4 years ago
    the bottom says gimbel brothers tea room new york 1910 tatent handle international silver co.04300 1/2 pts
  6. george2324, 4 years ago
    thanks dizzy if can help
  7. Dizzydave Dizzydave, 4 years ago
    Your Teapot is a piece of silver plate. It was made to order for the famous Gimbel's department store that stood on Herald Square in New York City from 1910 to 1987. Department-store restaurants, often called tea rooms, ordered "hotel" silverware and dinnerware (hotel ware is especially sturdy) to be used exclusively in their tea rooms. The GB monogram stands for Gimbel Brothers, oyur Teapot is worth about 75.00 retail. I seen the creamers go for 25.00. The International Silver Co. was formed in 1898 when a group of American silver manufacturers merged. The company manufactured both sterling and silver-plated wares.

  8. george2324, 4 years ago
    did you get that info from Worthpoint/?????
  9. Dizzydave Dizzydave, 4 years ago
    Yes, I have an account with that website. Great place for research. Back in the day we would look in piles of books to find answers and values. Now with the internet its a little easier. Internet is first stop for most Appraisers these days, comparables are easier to locate and simplifys the process. Dave

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