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Regimental spoon?


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Hello gents!

A friend of mine lives next to a court, which was used as a prisoner camp in the 1st WW.

Now he found this thing.

Because of there were a lot of british officers in the camp, he assumes, it could be a part of a spoon with a regimental insignia.

Any opinions, please?

Thanks a lot in advance!

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Hi Charlie!

Yes, it seems so...

That´s why I posted the photo in two views. I don´t know which is the right side. Unfortunately I can´t read anything that´s written

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Hi Andy

Have you tried to read the inscription from the other side ie inside the "bowl", that is where it would be normally readable.

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Charlie

That is not the "bowl", it´s just the upper part of a spoon. The "bowl" is missing

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Wir wir in Deutschland sagen, "nur der Stiel"...

(like we say in Germany: "just the spoon handle")

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