This pewter half-pint pitcher was probably made when the U.S. was young. It has a number of marks underneath the rim which I have shown. There is a crown over 324 and several other touch marks which are very worn and hard to decipher. The sides have a couple of gashes, and even though is battered, it has not lost its charm. The piece has a series of numbers in black marker on the base, presumably where the collector had cataloged his acquisition. The pitcher is approx. 4" high, is footed, and definitely shows extreme use and signs of age and wear.
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