Spoons (2) excavated at West Point
largest: 7 1/4 x 1 5/8 x 3/8 in.
Pewter spoons excavated at West Point; deep, rounded bowls; one spoon has flared handle.
These spoons were excavated in 1923 by the Field Exploration Committee at West Point, a citadel of barracks and redoubts built in the Hudson Highlands of New York by the Continental Army. West Point was built to guard the highlands from an attack by the British Army stationed in New York City.
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