This antique sterling spoon is in very good condition with some light tarnish. A rare find as this was for the Knights Templar 1904 Annual Conclave in York, PA. The bowl of the spoon depicts the Courthouse in York, PA. The gold washed bowl has some tarnish in it. The stem has written in Latin "in hoc signo vinces" which translates to "in this sign you shall conquer". Above this is the emblem for the Knights Templar with a crown and cross. In the perimeter is stated the Annual Conclave 1904 and the number 51. The back of the handles states York Commandery K.T. (KT for Knights Templar) and the number 21 above. This demitasse sized spoon is 3 3/8" in length and weighs 4.0 grams of sterling silver. Stamped sterling but no makers mark. Truly, an unusual find!!
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