Silver with a pine tree

plymouthian12

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Too bad it's a baby spoon and got an arrowhead not a lot to show
 

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Clad2Silver

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Very interesting sterling silver spoon.......
 

Jose The Goon

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Nice finds !! It appears that your "baby Spoon" is actually a " PINE TREE 1927 DEMITASSE SPOON BY INTERNATIONAL SILVER CO. " (see image)
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plymouthian12

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JeffInMass

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Had me going for a second but I knew there'd be NO WAY you'd have only 5 replies if you found a Pine Tree Shilling, spoken from my own experience! Don't know if you've ever found one, but if not, here's hoping you do! BTW, very nice spoon!
 
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plymouthian12

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Had me going for a second but I knew there'd be NO WAY you'd have only 5 replies if you found a Pine Tree Shilling, spoken from my own experience! Don't know if you've ever found one, but if not, here's hoping you do! BTW, very nice spoon!
I did find a pine tree 3 pence
 

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