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SILVER ADVERTISING:
JAMES ALLAN & CO

An advertisement printed in the official Exposition Guide of the 1901 Charleston Exposition, offering souvenir spoons and other metallic keepsakes from James Allan & Company, a Charleston Jeweller and silversmith. Besides their King Street location, the firm had a booth inside the Palace of Commerce. Sterling silver souvenir spoons were sought-after collectibles at the turn of the 19th century and James Allan & Co had purchased the concession to offer fairgoers the Official Exposition spoons.

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