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    Posted 4 years ago

    VtgCat
    (21 items)

    This is a beautiful patinered Pitcher by International Silver Co. Soldered Silver. Stamped S.S. Bunker Hill - SH0152 - 6 PTs with maker mark CW. Anyone have info on Silver with similar SS Bunker Hill stamp. I’ve seen other others made for the railroad but none with ship markings. Thanks for looking :)

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    1. Dizzydave Dizzydave, 4 years ago
      International Silver supplied Personalized U.S.N. flatware and other Table items. This would be one of them stamped S.S. Bunker, just about everything used by Navy would have had the stamp of Vessel on it.
    2. lugnuts lugnuts, 4 years ago
      Not silver, it's silverplate.
    3. frankdreben, 4 years ago
      i have part of the set ,i have a food cover. i believe it is the eastern steamship company s.s.s bunker hill that was purchased by the navy in 1907 that was renamed the aroostook , then renamed bunkerhill before being decommissioned .....it was a mine laying ship that was very key in the war in ww1
    4. frankdreben, 4 years ago
      it is stamped on inside cover S.S. Bunker Hill SH0152 as well

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