SILVER SPOON COMMEMORATING THE BATTLESHIP MAINE

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Item Code: 595-1008

Silver teaspoon with a raised decoration throughout.

The bowl has a silhouette of a battleship with the wording “U.S. BATTLESHIP MAINE” above it with “DESTROYED FEB. 15, 1898” below it.

The tip of the spoon has a bust in profile of the ship’s Captain, Charles Dwight Sigsbee. Moving down the handle there is an anchor followed by a US shield and some scrollwork.

The back of the spoon is marked “STANDARD.”

The spoon is in nice condition with only some light surface dirt from age and storage.  [ad]

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