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What is the value of a Stanley landers frary clark it will not break?

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2011-09-15 11:18:42

Hi,

I also would like to know the value. I have one as well. I think

mine is chrome. The volume is just under 1 pint. Has a medical

symbol-snake, staff w/ wings inside a circle with a U on the left

side of the medical symbol and an S on the right. It is marked:

at top very small letters

PATENT NO.

D.69311

THEN IN CENTER DOME:

IN LARGE LETTERS: - STANLEY

IT WILL NOT BREAK

LANDERS, FRARY

& CLARK

NEW BRITAIN, CONN.

U.S.A.

I received this from a lady about 15 years ago. She was about 70

at the time. She said it was her husband's. I wish that I had

gotten more info. I am thinking that it was used in a Military

Hospital. The styling/quality is very good so maybe it was just

used for officers. The age of the lady would indicate WWI. Do you

think this is possible? I sure would like to know the

value/history. I have looked it up on eBay for about the last 6

months. There has not been (1) listed! To me, this would indicate

that it is either very rare or very common. Please let me know if

you have any more info.

OK, this makes a third such pitcher, inherited from my dad, who

collected everything known to man. Mine too has the medical symbol

with the staff and the snakes and "US" on the side. Mine does not

however have any patent information or the word "Stanley" on it,

instead mine says "UNIVERSAL" on the bottom. The bottom also screws

off for access to the insulated liner inside. Like the previous

posters of this question, any and ALL information about it would be

appreciated.


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