6¼” in diameter. Near mint with a few utensil marks. These were purchased at the United States auction by the prior owner. Only one left.
Dinner plate for the United States Lines. Dinner plates are not quite as common as other pieces in this pattern. About 9½” across. Very good condition with just a few utensil marks. Made by Mayer.
7¾” multi-use plate. According to the manufacturer’s catalog, it could be used for fish, salad, dessert, or “breakfast.” I’m sure the stewards found many more uses for it! Made by Lamberton. Excellent condition. Several available.
Rarely seen soup bowl in the graystar pattern. More correctly called a “soup plate” (according to the manufacturer), there are several available by both Lamberton and Mayer. Measures 8″ in diameter. Excellent condition. Three available.
Oval bowl used as a vegetable dish on board. Measures 5½” and made by Lamberton. Excellent condition. This was purchased at the United States auction by the prior owner. Excellent condition.
International silver oyster fork marked United States Lines. In the famous Manhattan pattern. In excellent condition.
Silver-plated sugar bowl from the ssUS. Stands 2¼” tall x is 4½” from handle to handle. Made by International Silver Co., and marked “US Lines 52.” Several available, and all in great condition.
From the ship’s on-board service. Made by International Silver and back marked United States Lines. Perfect to put with your USL coffee cup and saucer! Excellent condition.
Soft and extremely comfortable woolen deck-chair blanket. Just as perfect for use on your couch on a cold winter’s night as it was to be wrapped up in whilst at sea! In excellent condition.
A pair of informative foldouts for United States Lines customers dating to 1962. Travel tips is one; the other is immigrant and visitor info. Quite complicated and filled with info.
Officer’s hat badge from the United States Lines. Ultra rare as this is the first one I have seen in many years. Measures about 1″ across. In great condition.
Brochure for the ss United States. 12 pages with 6 color renderings of her interiors. In the back are some black & white photos of the ss America.