This is one gorgeous souvenir spoon. Made of sterling silver by Joseph Seymour Mfg. Co (1898-1905) out of business in 1905, this spoon depicts the 1901 Pan-American Exposition held in Buffalo, NY in 1901. The front of the handle has a Buffalo and an American Indian and the bowl depicts a man and a women in flowing robes. The back of the handle has a nice picture of Niagara Falls and is monogrammed with the name Lillie, probably a gift from that time. The spoon is 5 7/16" in length and weighs 23.9 grams.
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