$175 for one. Seven are available. Shipping costs will be combined for sale of more than one bowl. The Golden State of California is prominent in the motif of oranges on these seven (7) bowls. This is extremely rare to find so many of this railroad china pattern all together. All are in very good condition and date to 1927. They are white vitrified china bowls decorated with Oranges and each states: "Golden State". Each has a green band circling the top and outlined in beautiful orange tree blossoms. These are perfect for the collector of California oranges, railroad china or just beautiful bowls sturdy enough to last forever. Six bowls state on the back "Bauscher China, Arthur Schuller and Son Chicago Made Expressly for Southern Pacific Lines Dining Car Service 1927". These show very little if any utensil wear (see photos). The 7th bowl states on the back "O.P.C.O. Syracuse China 3-J Made Expressly for Southern Pacific Dining Car Service by Onondaga Pottery Co. Syracuse, N.Y. This bowl is also in great condition & dates to 1929. All bowls measure 7 1/2" diameter and stand approximately 1 1/2" tall. Rock Island Railroad also used a pattern that is nearly identical to this one.