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Various: pre-war - U.S.S.B. "block & tackle" pattern luncheon plate from 1920s

Product Description
United States Shipping Board: A luncheon plate in one of my favorite china patterns - the playful block and tackle design used by USSB on many of the American ships they operated in the 1920s.

The plate measures 8" in diameter and is back-marked Jackson China and carries a late 1920s manufacturing date. The USSB shield logo is on front.

The pattern is also known as "Hawkeye State", probably for the 502-series combo liner that first used it in the early 1920s. That ship latter become the PRESIDENT PIERCE.

Very good condition with light wear.
$45.00
Maximum quantity available reached.