h608 Preowned Collection of 37 U.S.A. Presidential Spoons W. M. Rogers Co.
h608 Preowned Collection of 37 U.S.A. Presidential Spoons W. M. Rogers Co.
h608 Preowned Collection of 37 U.S.A. Presidential Spoons W. M. Rogers Co.
h608 Preowned Collection of 37 U.S.A. Presidential Spoons W. M. Rogers Co.
h608 Preowned Collection of 37 U.S.A. Presidential Spoons W. M. Rogers Co.

h608 Preowned Collection of 37 U.S.A. Presidential Spoons W. M. Rogers Co.

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For Sale: (1) Preowned Collection of 37 U.S.A. Presidential Spoons W. M. Rogers Co.

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Features:

This is a collection of 37 presidential spoons as listed below. The picture and name of each president is on each spoon along with his ranking and years in office. The bowl of each spoon features some history event that occurred while they were in office.

George Washington 1st president in office from 1789-1797, the bowl of the spoon features a picture of Mount Vernon Virginia.

John Adams 2nd president, in office from 1797-1801, the bowl of his spoon says John Marshall appointee Chief Justice

Thomas Jefferson 3rd President, in office from 1801-1809, the bowl of his spoon features the Louisiana Purchase 1803.

James Madison 4th President, in office from 1809-1817, the bowl of his spoon features the War of 1812, The constitution.

James Monroe 5th president, in office from 1817-1825, the bowl of his spoon features Monroe Doctrine, America for Americans.

John Quincy Adams 6h president, in office from 1825-1829, the bowl of his spoon features the Erie Canal 1825.

Andrew Jackson 7th president, in office from 1829-1837, the bowl of his spoon features Old Hickory, Battle of New Orleans.

Martin Van Buren 8th president, in office from 1837-1841, the bowl of his spoon features the Growth of Public School Education.

William H. Harrison 9th president, in office 1841, the bowl of his spoon features Battle of Tippecanoe.

John Tyler19th president, in office from 1841-1845, the bowl of his spoon features Samuel S.B. Morse send first telegram 1844.

James K. Polk 11th, in office from 1845-1849, the bowl of his spoon features Texas, California, New Mexico.

Zachary Taylor 12th president, in office from 1849-1850, the bowl of his spoon features Hero of Battle of Buena Vista.

Millard Fillmore 13th president, in office from 1850-1853, the bowl of his spoon features California Gold Rush.

Franklin Pierce 14th president, in office from 1853-1857, the bowl of his spoon features Development of the West.

James Buchanan 15th president, in office from 1857-1861, the bowl of his spoon features 1860 Pony Express.

Abraham Lincoln 16th president, in office from 1861-1865, the bowl of his spoon features the Gettysburgh Speech.

Andrew Johnson 17th president, in office from 1865-1869, the bowl of his spoon features Atlantic Cable 1866.

Ulysses S. Grant 18th president, in office from 1869-1877, the bowl of his spoon features Transcontinental Railroad 1869.

Rutherford B. Hayes 19th president, in office from 1877-1881, the bowl of his spoon features Thomas A. Edison Electric light 1879.

James A. Garfield 20th president, in office 1881, the bowl of his spoon features Birthplace Orange, Ohio.

Chester A. Arthur 21st president, in office from 1881-1885, the bowl of his spoon features Civil Service Act 1883.

Grover Cleveland 22nd president and 24th president, in office from 1885-1889 & 1895-1897, the bowl features Interstate Commerce Act 1887.

Benjamin Harrison 23rd president, in office from 1889-1893, the bowl features Pan American Building Washington D.C.

William McKinley 25th president, in office from 1897-1901, there is a picture in the bowl of the spoon.

Theodore Roosevelt 26th president, in office from 1901-1909, the bowl of the spoon features Panama Canal.

William Howard Taft 27th president, in office from 1909-1913, bowl features Parcel Post Act of 1912.

Woodrow Wilson 28th president, in office from 1913-1921, the bowl features World War.

Warren G. Harding 29th president, in office from 1921-1925, the bowl features Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Arlington, Virginia.

Calvin Coolidge 30th president, in office from 1923-1929, the bowl features Taking Oath of Office.

Herbert Hoover 31st president, in office from 1929-1933, the bowl features Progress of Aviation.

Franklin D. Roosevelt 32nd president, in office from 1933-1945, the bowl features Social Security Act.

Harry S. Truman 33rd president, in office from 1945-1953, the bowl features Berlin Airlift.

Dwight D. Eisenhower 34th president, in office from 1953-1961, the bowl features Hawaii 50th State.

John F. Kennedy 35th president, in office from 1961-1963, the bowl features Friendship.

Lyndon B. Johnson 36th president, in office from 1962-1969, the bowl features Apollo 8.

Richard M. Nixon 37th president, in office from 1969-1974, the bowl features Detente USSR, USA, China.

Gerald R. Ford 38th president, in office from 1974-1977, the bowl features the American Revolution Bicentennial 1776-1976.

All spoons are marked with the above information. The back of each spoon features two crossed flags at the top with W.M. Rogers Mfg. Co.

All are Sterling silver.

A must have for any collector.

In good condition. Small surface scratches from use. (AS SEEN IN PICTURES)

All Measurements Below are Approximate:

  • Overall Length of individual spoon is approx. 6"
  • Each spoon weighs approx. 28 grams
  • Approx total is 1036 grams.

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