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Seeing Chicago Watson Sterling Souvenir Spoon
This “Seeing Chicago” sterling silver souvenir spoon dates to the earliest part of the twentieth century. The Watson Company of Attleboro MA. Was the creator. The bowl features the Masonic Temple which was built in 1892 but de-constructed in 1939. The handle has the amazing sight seeing wagon filled with people. The back handle shows a rising sun, eagle, crossed swords, and an early rifle. These spoons are not only great gifts but also are marks in the history of our country. The overall length is 5 5/8” with no monogram and is in excellent estate condition. As always, we want happy customers and guarantee what we sell.