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Antique International Pantheon silverware

Antique International Pantheon silverware appraisal

This is a set of Solid Silver flatware consisting of 12 place settings: dinner knife, dinner fork, salad fork, bread & butter spreader, tea spoon.  There are 4 ice tea spoons, 2 large table spoons, 1 butter knife server, 1 sugar spoon, 1 pickle fork, 1 cake knife, and 1 cheese server.  Also included in the original 5x12, International Silver Company manual that identifies each item.  Presently it is stored in a safety deposit box, but I have included photos taken from the manual.

The set was purchase in the 1920's in Lincoln, Nebraska.  The manual has a foil sicker inside with the name of the store, but it is difficult to read.  It belonged to Fred B. and Sunbeam Thompson, who retired in Sprinfield, Missouri.  Thompson was a college football coach, and coach of the Arkansas Razorbacks in the 1940's.  The set has never been sold.  I Inherited it from a family member in the 1980's.

Category: 
Silver and Silver Overlay
Condition: 
Excellent
Medium / Material: 
solid silver
Distinguishing marks: 
International Silver Company, Pantheon pattern
Period: 
1920
Dimensions: 
12, 5 piece place settings, 4 ice tea spoons, 7 serving pieces
Weight: 
unknown
History: 
Purchased in the 1920's in Lincoln, Nebraska. Belonged to grandparents.
For Sale: 
No
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