SEALAND Oval Baker ~ Buffalo China! Pristine!


This is an oval baker made for Sealand.

Sealand, formed a generation ago by the Chesapeake & Ohio Railway, was the pioneer of container shipping, in which huge boxes filled with cargo can be hoisted off ships and onto railroad flatcars or flatbed truck trailers. As C&O merged with other railroads and grew to become CSX Transportation, it focused less on international markets and finally sold Sealand to Maersk, retaining only its U.S. maritime operations, which became CSX Lines. That company, one of two major maritime shipping lines serving Hawaii, was sold to Seattle interests and changed its name to Horizon Lines.

Buffalo China manufactured this oval baker as is shown by the backstamp. The Sealand logo is in the well in black and maroon. The baker measures approx. 5 3/8 by 3 3/4 inches inches tall and is in near mint condition. No signs of use!

Great little transportation collectible. Thanks for looking!

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