The distinctive Streamliner designed china was manufactured by several different makers, including Homer Laughlin, Syracuse China, Sterling and Trenton. This dinner plate was produced by the Sterling China Company, circa 1954-1970's, for the Union Pacific's famed "City" trains, such as the City of Los Angeles or City of Denver. The pattern featured gold pin striping and a winged train emblem that ranged in color from rust-red to green or brown, he pattern was first introduced in 1936.
The dinner plate measures 10 1/2" across and is stamped "Sterling - Vitrified China - East Liverpool Ohio - U.S.A. - G-8" There are no cracks, chips or repairs; Near mint.
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