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This beautiful souvenir spoon was made by the Howard Sterling Company of Providence RI sometime between (1891 – 1902). The bowl features a light gold wash with a relief of a locomotive climbing the tracks. The words “JACOB’S LADDER MT. WASHINGTON” embossed below it. The handle has a very nice image of a Native American Indian standing in a corn field. The reverse shows weapons slung on his back, a bow and quiver of arrows along with a hatchet. Marked STERLING PAT. JULY 14 ’91, with the hallmark clover for the Howard Company. Measures about 4 ¼” in length and weighs 11.6 grams. In excellent condition with minor tarnish and wear consistent with age, please see photos.

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Jacob's Ladder Mt Washington Indian Chief Howard Sterling Silver Souvenir Spoon Train


  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Only ships within United States.
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