Union News Company Railroad -1931 - Mini Silver Creamer

is a 1931 side logo and bottom marked miniature 2 3/8" tall silver plate 2 oz. handled creamer for the Union News Company, which provided eating house restaurants at Railroad Stations on the Eastern part of the United States. The Union News Company also operated the restaurant at the famous Grand Central Terminal - Station in New York City for the New York Central Railroad and the Detroit Terminal in Detroit for the Michigan Central Railroad. The creamer has the eagle logo on the side, which it is worn, but still readable. The creamer was made by Reed & Barton Co., is silver soldered, and marked on the bottom "The Union News Company". The creamer has some wear, the usual usage scratches, etc., but overall looks really great! This is the heavyweight type Hotel, Steamship, and Restaurant silver plate. A wonderful addition to your Union News Co., Railroad, or Restaurant China collection and it is ready to display. Buyer to prepay item along with $7.75 which includes shipping, packing, and handling in the United States. Insurance is required and is the responsibility of the buyer. In the rare event of an insurance claim, I will forward receipts to you and you will need to go to your local post office to file the claim, instead of you sending the package back to me (unless otherwise advised). Please allow Ten (10) days for all checks to clear. PAYPAL IS ACCEPTED! Payment must be received within Ten (10) days from the end of the auction. Three (3) day return policy with buyer paying return insured shipping (no shipping cost can be refunded) with a 15% service fee to cover listing expenses. Please also see the many other pieces of railroad silver plate I am offering that that may be of interest to you. Thanks!

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