Horn & Hardart Automat Cup & Saucer Mayer China Nassau
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Sold Date: 08/05/2007
Channel: Online Auction
Horn & Hardart Cup & SaucerNeat old cup and saucer from the Horn & Hardart Automat in New York. Backstamp reads: Nassau © 68034 Mayer China Made for The Horn & Hardart Co Wright Tyndale & VanRoden. Both the cup and saucer are backstamped. White body with teal or deep green decoration. Condition is very, very good with just some minor signs of use but t is a manufacturer defect on the botton side of the cup, (see picture below) and t is also a slight separation at the cup handle, so minor we were not able to get a picture of it. The cup is 3 inches tall and the saucer is 5 1/2 inches wide. A super restaurant ware and diner collectible! Need help with identifying your piece of restaurant ware? Want to join up with others who also love restaurant ware? Come visit us at The Restaurant Ware Collectors Network (The RWCN), w the friendliest and most helpful restaurant ware collectors are t to welcome and help you. We discuss railroad, steamship, hotel, burger joint, military and even stock pattern china by Shenango, Jackson, Mayer, Syracuse, Carr and more! Contact us for more info or just google: RWCN For information about our online restaurant ware shop see our page. Thanks for looking and have fun bidding! Payment Options We accept Paypal to confirmed address only, money orders or cashier checks. No personal checks, thank you. No exceptions to our payment options. Shipping We ship all items via USPS Priority Mail. Please use the calculator below to determine your total shipping costs. Insurance is included. We ship to the US only. Why we still mostly use Priority Mail..... we use carrier pick up. They won't pick up a parcel post package unless we have a priority mail package going out too. So shipping parcel post can mean not only a significant delay in delivery time, it may also be several days before we can even ship it. We currently do not have access to UPS but we will try and fix that over the next several months. Additionally, Priority Mail is the only service that offers free boxes. Boxes are expensive and hard to come by! If we ship parcel post or UPS we will have to raise our handling fees to cover those expenses. So for now, unless we have an unusally big item and a customer willing to wait, our items will continue to be shipped via Priority Mail. All items of a fragile or breakable nature are insured through our postage company Endicia, who used U-Pic for insurance claims. Although we require this insurance on all fragiles, we are saving you money buy using this insurance instead of the USPS insurance. Insurance Insurance through U-Pic/Endicia is already included in the shipping price! If you have any questions please feel free to contact us!
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