SONS OF VETERANS SHAVING MUG, DATED 1881

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Porcelain mug shows an image of a veterans badge flanked by gold gilt scrollwork. Three gold gilt bands embellish mug. Name of veteran, “GEO. K. MORRIS” is at the top in gold gilt. Underside of mug is marked in green, “D & C”.

Image is a detailed painting of a Sons of Veterans medal. Top bar is inscribed in Latin, “Fili Vetanorum”, with red, white and blue ribbon suspending a medallion with entwined “SV” in center.  Garter surround inscribed in Latin reads, “Gratis Dey Servatus MDCCCLXXXI” (1881), with crossed cannon behind, green laurel wreath surround, and spread-winged eagle surmount.

Mug measures approximately 4” tall by 4” in circumference. No chips or cracks but for a previous repair at the base where it appears that a chip has been glued. It is barely noticeable. Gold gilt shows light wear in areas.[sl]

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