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Various: pre-war - Red Star Line butter chip in famed "Brownfields Wisteria" pattern

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Red Star Line – A butter pat in the famed “Brownfields Wisteria” pattern as used in First Class aboard both Red Star and White Star ships. 

The 2.75” by 3.25” dish features “Red Star Line” in a flowing banner beneath the houseflag.  The British pattern registry numbers on back date to the very late 1890s.   Like White Star, Red Star probably used this pattern in First Class up to WW1. 

Good condition and displays well but with four little chips along the right side and the lower left corner.    

$125.00
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