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    Identifying company on old spoon.

    Hello. New to this forum. I found an old spoon with my Garret Pro in a mountain meadow. Carved on it is El Paso Hotel Supply Co. Nickel. I assume it is a nickel silver spoon. Does anyone have any information on this company?I haven't found anything other than an old picture of the name of the company on a truck in Wisconsin. When we're they in operation? What did they produce( other then spoons)? Where was the company located?( I know it wouldn't necessarily originate in El Paso) Any information on this company would be appreciated. Thank you.

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