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University Silverware And Plate Set in Fogg Exhibit

Historic Treasures Shown Until End of Month


College silver and silver historically connected with the University as well as college plate are now on display in the Fogg Art Museum. The exhibition will be kept open to the end of exam period, February 2.

One of the few complete sets of college plate which may be seen publicly anywhere will be shown as a unit which will hold interest for those unfamiliar with it.

Among the particularly fine pieces of silverware at the museum is a communion set given in 1692 to "the Chappell in N. Englande," by King William and Queen Mary.

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