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SOLD at 2012 Aug 18 @ 18:43UTC-7 : PDT/MST
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Lot of 8: 1-2) Two skillet-shaped spoon bowls with a 3” handle (4.5” overall length). One is a raised buffalo at center of the bowl with Niagara Falls 1901 lettered beneath; the handle has an Indian head and Niagara Falls on the front and on the reverse the Electric Tower. The second spoon has a raised picture of the Temple of Music in the bowl and the same handle as the previous one. Both made by U.S.S.C. (US Silver Co.) and are silver plated. 33) Small brass spoon with scalloped-shaped bowl with cutouts and a buffalo at center. Handle says Pan American Candy Co. Appears to be copper or bronze with a gilt overlay in the bowl. 4) A small, sterling silver, demitasse-size spoon (4”) with a gold-washed bowl containing a picture of an allegorical woman and Pan American Exposition 1901 written at the tip. Handle is ornate with a buffalo and Indian, and on the reverse a picture of Niagara Falls. 5-6) Two 4” spoons with the Palace of Agriculture depicted in one bowl and the Manufactures and Liberal Arts building depicted in the other. Both have an Indian head and Niagara Falls on the front of the handle, with the Electric Tower on the reverse. Made by U.S.S.C, silver plated. 7) A 4.5” spoon with the Ethnology Building pictured in the bowl, and the Machinery & Transportation Building on the handle. U.S. government Buildings depicted on handle’s reverse. Appears to be sterling, but made by the U.S.S.C. 8) This spoon also pictures the Machinery & Transportation building on the bowl, with 1901 Pan American lettered on the handle, topped by a world globe and buffalo. Handle reverse shows Niagara Falls. Made by American Souvenir Co. Silver plate. -59291