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Various: pre-war - U.S.S.B. silverplated napkin ring #2

Product Description

United States Shipping Board - From an American passenger ship operated by U.S.S.B. in the 1920s, a silverplated napkin ring.

The 1.75" diameter octagon feature a beaded edges. U.S.S.B. is engraved on one side while on the opposite side is "No. 2".

Oh, the problems caused by souvenir-hungry passengers! Napkin rings were a favorite, easy to slip into a pocket and useful at home without having to swipe a set. Thus napkin rings were often numbered and woe to the dining saloon steward who did not account at the end of the shift for all assigned to him.

Very good condition with light silver wear.

$35.00
Maximum quantity available reached.