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1915 sterling souvenir spoon from San Diego California noting the Grand Opening of the San Diego Panama Exposition. "The Completion Of The Panama Canal"
This has the most detail on the front and back of any souvenir spoon I have ever seen. There is an angel with wings blowing a horn on the front and on the reverse is her back side.
The circular top has a picture of a ship crossing through the canal with the date 1915. On the back is a map showing where the ship will sale through the canal.
On the front of the stem it states the date "1915" and on the back of the stem it states "PCE 1915".

This spoon was made for the launch of the first ship out of San Diego through the Panama Canal. Such a major event for the early 1900's!

This spoon belonged to my husbands Great Grandmother. The initials inscribed are A.D.C.

It was made by Joseph Mayer & Bros. marked sterling and made in 1915.

A beautiful souvenir spoon for the collector!

Exquisite 1915 Sterling Silver San Diego Panama Canal Exposition Souvenir Spoon Joseph Mayer & Bros.

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1910s
  • Materials: sterling, silver, sterling silver
  • Feedback: 230 reviews
  • Only ships within United States.
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