WM Rogers MFG Flatware Jubilee Pattern 48 Piece + Case

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  • Item Category: Metals
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jul 13,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction
WM Rogers Co. 48 Piece Flatware Set Jubilee Pattern You are bidding on a 48 piece set of Flatware by W.M. Rogers MFG. Co. The set is used but is in good condition with average wear from normal use. This is the Jubilee pattern except for 3 pieces: The two serving forks and one of the butter knives are a different pattern that I cannot identify. The butter knife that is a different pattern has the date '7-21-58' on it and 'Joe' on the other side. Also, one of the serving forks has the initial 'P' or 'D' on it. This auction includes all 48 Pieces, the wooden case, and the original WM. Rogers MFG. Co. AA Silverplate guarantee certificate. The Jubilee pattern was first introduced in 1953 and is now discontinued. is your chance to have a set of this wonderful flatware. Good luck and happy bidding! We accept all major Credit Cards by phone, Money Orders, Personal Checks, or Cashiers Checks as a form of payment. We do not accept PayPal. Make all Checks or Money Orders Payable to Mister Money. Personal Checks will have to clear before the item ships which will take ten days. We Allow up to 7 Days to Make Payment Once the Auction Ends. We ship via US Postal Service. When you win an auction we will send you an invoice with our suggested delivery method. If you need it sooner, let us know. Please note that due to increasing volume of sales, feedback will be left after it has been received from the buyer. Save shipping charges! Local Pickups are always welcome. Come visit us at: Mister Money 1300 Winchester Road Suite 150 Lexington, KY 40505 Open Monday through Saturday 10am - 6pm EST BIDS FROM FOREIGN COUNTRIES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. WE CAN ONLY SHIP TO THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Check out my other items !

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