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Souvenir Spoons

Updated on September 21, 2014

State Spoons, Special Events Spoons, Advertising Spoons -- Collectible Spoons

Souvenir spoons are usually smaller than a teaspoon and are made to commemorate all kinds of places and events. Souvenir spoons are made as memorabilia and souvenirs to remember special events like the Olympics and World Fairs.

Companies also sometimes have spoons made with their logos to use as advertising. These spoons can become collectible to fans of the companies' products or anyone who collects spoons.

State spoons are also collectible and make for a great souvenir to take home from a trip.

Photo Credit: Peggy Hazelwood

Read About Souvenir Spoons

American Spoons: Souvenir and Historical
American Spoons: Souvenir and Historical

All manner of events and people have been memorialized in spoons. Check out these historical souvenir spoons in this book.

 

Collectible Souvenir Spoons - Learn About Spoons and What Makes Them Valuable

Learn more about collecting spoons in this Collective Souvenir Spoons book.

This book details specific spoons of interest, with more than 500 photographs to thumb through and enjoy.

If you have older spoons, you can check to see how much your spoons are worth.

Campbell's Soup Girl Spoon and Batman Fork

Campbell's Soup Girl Spoon and Batman Fork
Campbell's Soup Girl Spoon and Batman Fork | Source

Show Off Your Souvenir Spoon Collection

These spoon racks are great for displaying souvenir spoons.

The racks can be hung on the wall so that your collection is on display for you and guests to ooh and aah over!

Search eBay or Amazon for the spoon rack that suits your home decor.

Do You Collect Souvenir Spoons?

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State and City Souvenir Spoons To Collect

Las Vegas Souvenir Spoon Silver Plate
Las Vegas Souvenir Spoon Silver Plate

This Las Vegas spoon is just one of many available on Amazon. Many state and city spoons can be had without leaving the comfort of your easy chair.

 

Titanic Souvenir Spoon - 100 Years After the Tragedy

Advertising Spoons

John Deere Collectible Spoon (silver)
John Deere Collectible Spoon (silver)

This John Deere spoon would be a great gift for anyone who collects farm memorabilia.

 

Crafts with Souvenir Spoons - Use souvenir spoons for more than just display

Consider using souvenir spoons in crafts

Affiliate Disclosure

This author, Peggy Hazelwood, participates in Amazon, eBay, All Posters, and other affiliate advertising programs. When you click an advertising link on this page and make a purchase, I receive a small percent of the sale. Thank you for reading this far!

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      Gus 

      3 years ago

      You could actually be the next miirlonalie with this idea! I was just at William Sonoma's the other day and they have the Zooku popsicle maker. You buy the maker which as 3 or 2 slots, then you must buy the sticks, the recipe book and the extra containters to hold the other pops you make in the freezer etc .etc etc. The price for this is somewhere around $120.00. Amazing!!! I got a free recipe from them pink mojito's pops. Let me know if you would like it and I will send it your way.

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      Kokeny 

      3 years ago

      Deep thought! Thanks for coginibuttrn.

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      Nancy Johnson 

      5 years ago from Mesa, Arizona

      Reading this lens about collecting spoons makes me want to get out my collection and look at them again. I have spoons going back to when I was a child and we would travel around the country as a family. Spoons were my souvenirs of the trip.

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      anonymous 

      5 years ago

      Your lens reminds me of my grandmother. She was born in the first decade of the 20th century and collected souvenir spoons all of her life. I don't know what happened to her collection after she died in the 1980s, but I wish that we still had it. Enjoyed your lens.

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      belinda342 

      5 years ago

      I use my spoon collection to keep track of all the states I've visited! Hopefully one day I'll have 50 of them!

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      Rymom28 

      6 years ago

      Thank you for featuring spoon racks, they seem so hard to find when I need a new one!

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      Ann Scaling Tucker 

      6 years ago from Enid, OK

      Yes and I ordered the Titanic anniversary spoon, like I need more spoons!!!! How about a little SquidooAngel dust on your lens.

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      gottaloveit2 

      6 years ago

      This lens totally cracked me up. Years ago, I forced my friend (Sharyn) into collecting thimbles. I might have to start another collection of spoons for her!

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