Kaiserin Auguste Victoria Souvenir SpoonItem Number: 42512 Sold
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Built in 1906 for HAPAG, the Kaiserin Auguste Victoria was named after the last Empress of Germany. The liner was surrendered to Britain after World War I and was chartered to Cunard for 1920. She was then sold to Canadian Pacific and became their Empress of Scotland. After a few years of Canadian Pacific service, she was sold to the breakers in 1930.
This gold-toned souvenir spoon dates to her pre-war days and has a portrait of the liner and her name in relief in the bowl. All surmounted by the flag of the German empire on the handle. Very good condition with some rubbing to the gold.