ASSORTED FIGURAL AND OTHER STERLING SILVER SOUVENIR AND OTHER SPOONS, LOT OF 25, including a Daughters of the American Revolution/D.A.R. example with embossed decoration to handle depicting a woman sitting at a spinning wheel, most likely Betsy Ross, under stars and banner lettered "HOME & COUNTRY", handle in the form of spun threads descending into the heart-form bowl, marked for William Durgin/Durgin Division, and retailer J.E. Caldwell & Co., an example with full-figure William Penn handle, embossed scenic decoration to bowl, lettered "PHILADELPHIA", marked for George W. Shiebler & Co., an example with twist handle terminating in a ribbon-/bow-form finial, with bowl lettered "YONKERS", an example with twist handle terminating in open-work lettering "BAYSHORE", with engraved scenic decoration to bowl depicting a sailboat in calm waters, an example with handle having embossed Absecon Lighthouse decoration to each side, the front lettered "ATLANTIC CITY", three different Gorham spoons, with one being a demitasse spoon with full-figure handle featuring a classical style male figure, the other two being a Versailles pattern demitasse spoon and tea spoon, and several examples with figural city skyline handles, including a demitasse example with Brooklyn Bridge skyline handle, marked for Paye & Baker, and a demitasse example with Atlantic City Boardwalk skyline handle, marked for Paye & Baker. Total weight: 8.195 ozt. Late 19th/20th century. 3 1/2" to 6 1/8" L.
Excellent condition overall, expected minor wear, some with minor bending to handles/bowls.