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James W. Tufts quadruple plated creamer?

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Posted: 04/11/2013 
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I just picked this piece up at a local thrift store and I'm having a heck of a time identifying it other than the producer which I have found an abundance of info on. I know it was produced by the James W. Tufts company, the mark on the bottom has the number 2211 which is supposed to signify which year it was made but I don't know which codes he used. I was just wondering if anybody had any info about this set as I haven't even been able to find this pattern anywhere at all. I'm a total nooby when it comes to silver so any help is GREATLY appreciated!

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