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27169. (commemorative spoon) c.1900. Light House at Pulaski, New York.

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27169. (commemorative spoon) c.1900. Light House at Pulaski, New York.

27169. (commemorative spoon) c.1900. Beautiful large commemorative spoon bears a detailed engraved image of the Light House at Pulaski, New York. The spoon is engraved “1900” and features a highly-detailed engraved image of the striking stone keeper’s dwelling with the rooftop lantern room. The Selkirk Lighthouse sits at the mouth of the Salmon River. Originally called the Salmon River Light Station, the lighthouse was constructed in 1838 and remains today, complete with its original style early lantern room. The spoon measures 6″ long and is in marvelous overall condition for its age, with surprisingly little surface wear from decades of polishing. The gold washed bowl is engraved “Pulaski Lighthouse, NY“ with “1900” on the handle back (rare to have a date engraved.). Nicely detailed little commemorative piece and an extremely rare and desirable location, commemorating this interesting early light station. (VG). $118 net.