Submitted for your consideration this evening is this sterling silver Seattle World's Fair (The Century 21 Exposition, held in 1962) souvenir spoon, produced by Bell Trading Post of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Bell Trading Post was a division of Sunbell Corporation, and had been in business since 1932, producing sterling silver, turquois, copper and nickel silver jewelry, plus souvenir spoons. This spoon measures 4 3/16" long, by 15/16" widest bowl width, weighs .37 troy ounces, and appears to be in excellent condition for its age, with very little surface wear from polishings. It has no monograms, engravings or removals, and would make a great addition to any collection of antique sterling souvenir spoons or Century 21 Expo memorabilia. Please see my other listings for more fine vintage sterling flatware, including many other assorted souvenir spoons. I would be happy to combine shipping charges if you are the high bidder on more than one of my items ending within a reasonable time frame (no more than 72 hours apart please). Thank you for your interest in my item. NOTES TO HIGH BIDDER (PLEASE READ CAREFULLY): Add $2.25 for First Class Mail, or $5.00 for Priority Mail shipping for anyw in the United States (insurance $1.35 extra, but optional). Payment must be received within 10 days after the close of this auction. Please allow up to 10 days for personal checks to clear. PayPal,money order, and cashiers check orders shipped promptly after receipt of payment (usually within 2 business days). I would be happy to ship this item to any major country outside of the U.S.A. for the actual cost of shipping via U.S. Postal Service Airmail Parcel Post, insured, or Global Priority Mail, plus a $1 additional packaging & handling fee, provided that payment be made by PayPal, or international money order in U.S. dollars within 14 days after the end of this auction. Buyer responsible for all pertinent tariffs, duties and taxes upon arrival, so please be familiar with your local tax laws before bidding as I am not permitted by my belief system to falsify customs records.