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Serving Platter - Makers Mark, USS San Diego, #2010-75-1

Obverse Side: Hallmark on the reverse side with two crossing hammers within a circle and the words “Wilcox Silver Plate Co.” around the outside of the circle. Below the circle are the numbers “01188” and the words “Silver Soldered”.
Title: USS San Diego Serving Platter (2010-75-1) Makers Mark
Caption: Makers mark on the silver plated serving platter from WWI-era USS San Diego (Armored Cruiser No. 6).
Description: This silver plated serving platter was recovered from WWI-era armored cruiser USS San Diego (Armored Cruiser No. 6). The hallmark on the reverse side denotes that the serving plate was made at the Wilicox Silver Plate Company located in Meriden, CT from 1867 to 1961.
Accession #: 2010-75-1
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