Canadian Pacific Railway Parfait Spoon

(bought directly from CPR in the mid 70's)

This item was bought directly from Canadian Pacific Railway in the 1970's when they exited the passenger train business. They sold all of their silverware used in their dining cars through their own shop called 'CP Bygones'.

This parfait spoon was used serving parfait desserts and iced tea in the dining cars. 8" long. Has twist design handle with ornate decoration at the top of the stem.  Shows light to moderate use. Not re-plated.  'CPR' in block letters at the top of handle (see photo #2) and '1847 Rogers Bros. triple plate' on the underside of the handle (see photo #3).    

       Very rare item - only listed one year in the Bygones Catalogue.

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brass pin normal size

brass pin normal size

brass pin normal size

$75.00 USD

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