Another example of the Goddard patent at play. This large three-parter came from the Toronto Hamilton & Niagara line, where it was used sparingly as a replacement for the earlier M-3740s, likely in the early 1920s. The crown detail is, once again, similar to the [id=473701838;M-2312A] and [id=473702812;M-2611C]. Oddly enough, it has a firing rest on the very bottom of the bottom shell, as shown.
This example is also unmarked, and is in a typical reddish glaze.