Dated to the turn-of-the-century. 4" long and in very good condition. The back is marked "Sterling" and is engraved "Minot House, Asbury Park, NJ" in cursive lettering. From what little I can find online regarding the "Minot House", it was a fine hotel and casino located on the Jersey shore at the turn-of-the-century. It was a holiday destination for the fine ladies and families of that era. I haven't found much else, let alone another sterling souvenir spoon from there, even though I'm sure they exist. If you are the buyer, I know you will enjoy it, to complete your collection or to start one. Maker unknown but likely safe to assume it was an American silversmith.
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