Source: National Magazine
Source type: magazine
Document type: advertisement
Document title: none
Date of publication: March 1902
Volume number: 15
Issue number: 6
|[advertisement]. National Magazine Mar. 1902 v15n6: [no pagination].|
|advertisements (McKinley mementos, souvenirs, etc.); McKinley memorialization (mementos, souvenirs, etc.); William McKinley (popular culture).|
|An illustration of the commemorative spoon also appears in this advertisement.|
The McKinley Spoon
A SPOON commemorative of our late President, embodying in its
design personal events that have become of more than national interest. On the
handle is a medallion portrait, framed in a wreath of laurel and palm. Below
is an eagle with national flags on a shield, across which is thrown a ribbon
bearing the words “Pax alma redit” (Bountiful peace returns). His last words,
“God’s will, not ours, be done,” appear on the ribbon encircling a broken column.
On the reverse side is the inscription, “William McKinley, 24th President U.
S., 1897-1901. Born 1843. Assassinated Sept. 6. Died Sept. 14,” and a palm branch,
surmounted by a martyr’s crown.
The spoon is of very heavy weight and will be sent, pre-paid, to any address on receipt of $1.75.
Send to-day for our Illustrated Catalogue for 1902.
Daniel Low & Co.
107 Washington St.
The largest Dealers in the United States in Solid Gold and Sterling Silver by mail.