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Vintage Silverplate Hotel Commodore Coffeepot

Vintage Silverplate Hotel Commodore Coffeepot

$150.00

The Commodore Hotel opened its doors (almost 2 years behind schedule) in 1919 as part of Terminal City - a complex of palatial hotels and offices connected to Grand Central Terminal and all owned by a division of The New York Central Railroad. Named after "Commodore" Cornelius Vanderbilt, the founder of The New York Central Railroad System, The Commodore boasted 2,000 rooms and the "Most Beautiful Lobby in The World". Its famous lobby was also the single largest room of the day and welcomed glittering, well-traveled guests from around the world.

After decades of success, the hotel eventually saw its glory fade and was almost shuttered in the late 1970s. Bought by Donald Trump, The Commodore was completely rebuilt and reopened in 1980 as the Grand Hyatt New York. With its history woven together with that of the city of New York, The New York Central Railroad and the iconic Grand Central Terminal, The Commodore Hotel will always be considered one of the classic Grand Hotels of the United States.

With its rich provenance, we are pleased to present this handsome Vintage Silverplate Coffeepot produced by International Silver for the Commodore Hotel of New York City.  Stamped on one side with the Hotel Commodore name and on the other side with the words Room Service, the pot is a lasting and lovely memento from the era of the great American Palace Hotel.


Strictly one-of-a-kind and subject to prior sale. In very good original condition with light staining on the interior of the pot. 6 3/8" x 7 1/8".

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