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This old bread or salad plate is in the Zion pattern that was used by the Union Pacific railroad. It’s a fun pattern that looks like a childs drawing of a landscape scene. This pattern was apparently made by the Syracuse China between 1934 and 1948 and was sold to the UPRR hotel, Challenger Inn in Sun Valley. On the back it reads; Syracuse China - Econo-Rim - Trade Mark. There is also a number which is difficult to read but is probably the date 1935.
It measures about 6 1/2” in diameter and is in very good condition with very minimal wear and no damage.
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Vintage, Union Pacific Railrod, Restaurant China - Zion Pattern
$55 USD SOLD
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