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Various: pre-war - Porto Rico Line plate in "San Juan" pattern

Product Description
Porto Rico Line: A side plate in the line's distinctive and colorful "San Juan" pattern.

The 7.75" diameter plate is back-marked with the line name and manufacturer, Buffalo China.

Porto Rico Line, also referred to as New York and Porto Rico Line, sailed between New York and San Juan with ships such as COAMO and BORINQUEN. While the former was sunk in WW2, the later keeps popping up on our ship radar for many decades.

In the mid-1950s the ship was rebuilt as AROSA STAR. Throughout the 1960s the ship sailed as the BAHAMA STAR, a pioneer of the Miami cruise ship market. In 1969 the ship ended up on the West Coast and was to be converted into a floating restaurant as LA JENELLE. Instead she dragged anchor during a gale and ended up on a California beach where she was broken up.

Very good condition.
$50.00
Maximum quantity available reached.