Vintage Steamship Silver - Silver Plated Creamer Detroit Cleveland Navigation Co For Sale
This sale is for a very heavy silver plated vintage creamer made by the International Silver Company in 1965 for the Detroit and Cleveland Navigation Company (I think). It is side marked with the initials "DC" and I have been told by fellow ERS that it is either from the Detroit & Cleveland Navigation Company or possibly the "Detroit Club." I don't know. This is the last piece of a larger coffee set for sale. It is in very good condition with no plate loss nor any dents. It appears to have seen little commercial use. It measures approximately 3 inches in height and 3 1/2 inches from the end of its spout to the end of its handle. The markings on the bottom are as follows: International Silver Co., 09, 4 oz., and the number "65" inside a square denoting the year of manufacture (1965).Please look at all the pictures and feel free to email me with any questions or concerns and I will do my best to answer them as soon as possible. If you are a collector, please check out my other items, as I will be selling a variety of hotel silver, railroad silver, steamship silver, silver from various ocean liners and airlines in the next few weeks. If you collect vintage silver, silver plate or electroplated nickel silver (EPNS) or any piece that is marked silver soldered I may have something for you that may be of interest. I am happy to combine shipping costs.I accept Paypal. The shipping quote for this item is a flat rate of $4.99. I will ship the most economical way possible with a delivery confirmation. If you would like expedited service that is something I would be more than happy to provide, but please contact me with that special request as there will be additional costs. I do not charge a processing fee. If I have overestimated the shipping fee to your area I will refund the difference, and if I have underestimated the shipping fee I will absorb that difference.Unfortunately, we can no longer ship internationally. No returns unless I have grossly misrepresented the specifications. Thank you for your time.