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For sale is a Towle's Log Cabin premium advertising spoon offered until 1907 when apparently they changed spoon design. This silver plated spoon seems to have the golden hue as mentioned in an early ad which states "...we will send you this handsome silver and gold plated Souvenir Spoon for five 2 cent stamps. Towle's Log Cabin Syrups were awarded the Gold Medal at the St. Louis Exposition..." The St. Louis Exposition was held in 1904. The designer was James William Fuller, Patent No. 25,169, February 18, 1896. Of note, Mr. Fuller also obtained the design patent for the can design (cabin shape used by Towle) the following year

This spoon measures approximately 4 and 3/8ths inches long. I have not polished this spoon in order to maintain the integrity of its patina.

Please see photos for condition and don't hesitate to ask questions. Thanks for looking!

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Towle's Log Cabin Premium Spoon Silver Plate Circa 1900

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1910s
  • Material: silver plate
  • Only ships within United States.
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