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Royal Mfg. Co Antique Spoon

Posted by carrietvardzik (My Page) on
Mon, Sep 7, 09 at 14:38

Hello! I recently acquired a children's flatware setting and the markings tell me it was made by the Royal Mfg. Co and that it is FULL PLATE. I was hoping for some history on the company and the definition of FULL PLATE. Any help would be great! Thanks so much for your time.
Kindest Regards.

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RE: Royal Mfg. Co Antique Spoon

Is this made for children to eat with...or to play with...e.g. doll sized?
I don't know Royal Mfg co nor the term full plate.... can only assume it's the same genre as triple plate etc.
How about a picture?
Linda C

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