20th C. Railroad Silver Reading Railroad Creamer by International Silver Co.

This silver-soldered creamer dates to the early 20th C. and was made for the famous Reading Railroad Company. It was made by the International Silver Co., a conglomerate of New England silversmiths who joined together in 1898 and became the world's largest manufacturer of silverware. It included companies like Meriden Britannia and Rogers & Hamilton. Silver that was made for railroad companies is known as Railroad Silver. This creamer is 2 oz. It is simple and lovely in form. This little trinket would make a great gift for any railroad collector.
H: 2 1/2 in. (6.35 cm)
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