David Anderson Enameled Sterling Souvenir SpoonDavid Anderson Enameled Sterling Souvenir Spoon

This Sterling Spoon is covered with Gold. The handle has enameled portions and none is missing. It's a Souvenir of "Hammerfest ". It measures 4 & 3/4" long and has nice weight. Hammerfest: The Northernmost town in the World The city lies 70° 39' 48" north and achieved its town status on the 7th of July 1789, making it the oldest town in northern Norway. The town was founded because of its natural harbour, something which is equally important today for Hammerfests economic foundation. Despite its geographical position, Hammerfest has maintained its international connections. As early as 1852, the first international measurement of the earths circumference was completed in Hammerfest, and in 1891 Hammerfest was the first town in northern Europe with electric street lighting. A unique atmosphere in a modern city Today Hammerfest is a modern town with an open and unique town atmosphere, where the town square and harbour are its natural meeting places. Hammerfest is an important communication centre in the county of Finnmark, and this makes it an ideal starting point for coastal and other scenic excursions in the county.

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David Anderson Enameled Sterling Souvenir Spoon

$54 USD

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