A group of five American sterling silver souvenir spoons
A group of five American sterling silver souvenir spoons. Comprising of a Brooklyn 'City Of Churches' spoon, finely decorated depicting The Brooklyn Church in 1776 to the gilt bowl, The Brooklyn Bridge in 1883 to the stem with Fulton Ferry in 1746 and the written 'Breuckelen 1667' to the stem's reverse, marked C.C. Adams & Co., Sterling and inscribed 'S.P. May 8 - 93' to the bowl, a Chicago spoon depicting the early Chicago Masonic Temple dated 1892 to the bowl with a depiction of the Great Chicago Fire dated 1871 to the terminal, struck Sterling with mark of C.D. Peacock, a Native American silver spoon, circa 1892, depicted with an American Indian chief to the terminal with a tomahawk and a quiver of arrows to the reverse, mark of Howard Sterling Company, patented 14th July 1891 and struck 'Sterling', a Newark spoon engraved with a mosquito to the gilt bowl with rococo decoration to both the stem and terminal, patented 1891 and struck 'Sterling', together with a silver Niagara Falls spoon, late 19th century, with a depiction of the Niagara Falls Suspension Bridge(1855 - 1897) to the gilt bowl, struck sterling. Weight: 54 grams.
Auction Date: June 2015