Manufacturer: Shenango China
User: Coney Island Lunch, location unknown
Date of plate: 1920s – early 1950s
Notes: Owing to the popularity of Coney Island-style hot dogs, there were many lunch rooms that used the name Coney Island Lunch, from the end of the 19th century to present day. Towns that are candidates to have used this china include, but are not limited to: Sioux City, Iowa; Scranton, PA; Worcester, MA; Port Huron, MI; East Grand Forks, MN; Hinton and Grafton, WV; and Kalamazoo, MI.
White body with Art Nouveau border, shown below in both black and red. Topmarked "CONEY ISLAND" arched above "Lunch" in script.