Character spoons show a popular figure
from TV, Radio, Advertising, Books , Children's stories
None of the spoons shown on this page are sterling silver
2. Mickey Mouse
3. Mickey Mouse
4. Donald Duck
1. unsure who this is supposed to be (readers help me)
2. Mary Poppins
fairly rare spoon and fork combo of Davy Crockett.
Davy Crockett was a frontiersman, a member of Congress and a folk hero
who became a TV media sensation during the 1960's
Set of the Campbell kid's soup spoons.
Various versions of the Campbell kids were used in advertising
campaigns starting in 1909 and lasting for over two decades
French's Mustard "Hot Dan" Spoon --plastic
various versions of the Mr. Peanut spoon are available
More Advertising spoons may be seen by
Fairly rare Hopalong Cassidy spoon from the popular 1950's TV show
Edgar Bergren was a famous ventriloquist in early vaudeville and TV
Charlie McCarthy was his most famous 'dummy'
1. silver plated Little Red Ridinghood fork
2. silver plated Little Miss Muffet spoon
A blue dog with a nice personality that speaks with a southern twang
From a 1950's era TV show which was a takeoff on
Mark Twain's 'The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn'
silver plated spoon featuring Rip Van Winkle
who was the main character in a famous story by Washington Irving
The bowl features an embossed picture of "Buffalo's new post office"
1. I am not sure about these bears (reader help would be appreciated)
2. silver plated spoon featuring a blue bird with 'Sandusky, Ohio"
engraved in the bowl
Jan Peerce sang "Bluebird of Happiness" in 1934.
The song written by Sandor Harmati and Edward Heyman has become a
The Tommy Riggs and Betty Lou Radio Show was very popular
on the Royal Gelatin Hour (later Royal Deserts Hour) in the 1930's.
Betty Lou was Tommy Riggs female voice
Clara, Lu and Em were very popular radio personalities in the
1930's in Chicago
This spoon also purports to be from the Chicago World Fair of 1933
More spoons from this world fair can be seen by
silverplated 1930's era spoon featuring Gene and Glen radio
Sponsored by Quaker Oats and made by Peerless Silverplate Co.
The Lone Ranger was a fictional masked Texan who fought for justice in
the 'old west'
he first appeared in a 1933 radio show, but during the 1950's his TV
show was a major hit
"Hi-yo, Silver! Away!"
Howdy Doody was a popular puppet show
Provided by Margaret White
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