WW1 US QUARTERMASTER CORPS LADLE-POT

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Maker-mark: “U.S. Q. M.C./ C.T. HERSTZCH/ JEFFERSONVILLE/IND./ 55.” Heavy circular tin pot, 4” in height; 5” in diameter at the base, 6.75” at the top. With riveted and soldered lade attached, 7.5 in length. Side maker-mark clear and entirely legible. Pot displays medium rust and exhibits smooth patina minimal dents.

Jeffersonville, IN, was the site of an army supply depot during the WWI era, w/ the firm of C.T. Hertzsch being one of it local contractors. An intriguing and very cool piece of WWI US Quartermaster Corps pottery. Definitely collectible.  [JP]


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