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Souvenir spoon from the Quaker Oats company commemorating their host spokesperson, Phil Cook (1893-1958). Phil Cook was a comedian of early radio, best known as the "Quaker Oats Man" who could play as many as 13 different parts on one show in a baffling variety of voices.

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The tea spoon is embossed on the handle: The Quaker Man with the image of Phil Cook and his name on the handle. 6 inches long. Marked on the back: Peerless Silverplate.

This spoon represents a marvelous age in product advertising when branding was king! When anyone heard or saw Phil Cook, the thought of Quaker Oats (Crackels) also came clearly to mind. Kind of like Betty Crocker for the baby boomers - what do you think about when you hear her name?

Vintage Souvenir Spoon Phil Cook The Quaker Man of Quaker Oats

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Material: silverplate
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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