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Various: pre-war - Knife w/ International Mercantile Marine logo

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International Mercantile Marine Company:  A 9.75” long dinner knife as used on IMMC liners in the early 20th century. 

The knife is engraved with the fancy IMMC logo surrounded by a knotted rope.  The name of American silversmiths Gorham appear on the shank while “Everbrite Rustless” is marked on the blade.  When stainless steel was first introduced in the early 1900s it was sometimes called “rustless” until marketing departments decided “stainless” was a better name.  IMMC silverware and china were used on all the company’s fleet – American Line, Red Star Line, Atlantic Transport, Leyland Line, Dominion Line, and White Star Line.  Since the knife was made in the U.S.A., it probably was used on the dwindling American Line fleet, or perhaps at IMMC headquarters in New York. 

Good condition with moderate wear from use.  

$25.00
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