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I had a silver diamond jubilee 1837-1897 spoon given to me. It's  says victoria on the handle, it has a ship and the words camperdown on the spoon part. On the back of the handle it has a beaver on it. Can you tell me the value if I were to sell it. Thanks so much


I don't see any marks that would indicate that the spoon is made of sterling. Therefore, any value would be based up its value to a collector of souvenir spoons. I do not deal in that market but I have seen such spoons sell often in the $10 to $20 range. However, if this is rare AND desirable to collectors, it could be worth more.

Sorry I could not help more.

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