Canadian Pacific Railway Silver Plated Sugar Bowl

(very rare – circa 1920's – bought directly from CPR in the mid 70's)

CPR exited the passenger train business in the early 1970's. They sold all of their silverware used in their dining cars through their shop called "CP Bygones". This sugar bowl was purchased directly from CP Bygones by this seller and stored for 30+ years.  Sugar bowl was used in dining car service.  CPR practice provided for use of two sugar bowls with each dining car table setting: one each for cube and granulated sugar. This bowl with lid was used for the latter and is the rarer of the two styles. This type of sugar bowl was normally placed at the window side of the table and was turned so that the hinged side was nearest to the table edge with the CPR logo facing the diner. As a result, these sugar bowls with lids were either right or left handed. The bowl for sale is a right handed bowl. Item was quadruple plated and is in very good condition considering its decades of use. The bottom base of the bowl shows the 'Elkington Plate - A.T. Wiley, Montreal' engraving. Also on the bottom is the serial number is '28039' with the number '273' on the base rim. There is also '273' inscribed on the inside of the lid. There are the normal scratches and one very small dent on to the right of the CPR logo (see first photo) . The inside of bowl is very clean (see photo #3).

This is one of only two left in my collection.

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$129.95 USD SOLD (Nov. 12/13)

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