History and Value of Seaboard Railroad Silver Creamer

History and Value of Seaboard Railroad Silver Creamer


Antique Appraisal: Seaboard Railroad Silver Creamer This is James Goetz Antique Man, today
we’re doing appraisal on a Seaboard Railroad Silver Creamer, the Seaboard
Airline Railroad Company started in 1900 ran through 1967. The company originally
had over 3,900 miles of rail, that ran along the southeast coast of the United
States, it ran from Richmond, via Raleigh, North Carolina, through Columbia, South
Carolina, through Savannah, Georgia, down to Jacksonville, Florida. Railroad Silver
is very collectible, because it’s very hard to come by, this piece dates back to
the 1920s or 30s, this piece measures 3 inches tall by three and a half inches
wide. If you look on the front you see the Seaboard name. If we turn it over you
see the Seaboard name, International Silver Company, Silver Soldered and other
information. The value on this piece is thirty to forty dollars. I hope you
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