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'''CATALINA SOUVENIR SPOONS: H. H. TAMMEN CURIO CO., DENVER, CO'''
 
'''CATALINA SOUVENIR SPOONS: H. H. TAMMEN CURIO CO., DENVER, CO'''
  
* Avalon Bay, Catalina Island, Cal.
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* Avalon Bay, Catalina Island Cal.
  
 
Founded in 1881 as H. H. Tammen & Co. by Harry Heye Tammen, renamed in 1896, producer of souvenir spoons & mineral novelties. Became the Thrift Novelty Co. sometime after 1957.
 
Founded in 1881 as H. H. Tammen & Co. by Harry Heye Tammen, renamed in 1896, producer of souvenir spoons & mineral novelties. Became the Thrift Novelty Co. sometime after 1957.
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[[File:Tammen. Haffey.png|650px|thumbnail|center|<center>Tammen spoon<br>5-⅝"<br>[original in SCIF archives: Haffey Family Collection]</center>]]
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[[File:Tammen. Haffey.png|650px|thumbnail|center|<center>AVALON BAY, CATALINA ISLAND CAL. <br>Tammen spoon<br>5-⅝"<br>[original in SCIF archives: Haffey Family Collection]</center>]]
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[[File:SP TAMMEN.png|650px|thumbnail|center|<center>AVALON BAY CATALINA<br>Tammen coffee spoon<br>post 1929<br>4-¼"<br>[original in SCIF archives: Putnam Collection]</center>]]

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Tammen makers mark
Tammen spoon bowl


CATALINA SOUVENIR SPOONS: H. H. TAMMEN CURIO CO., DENVER, CO

  • Avalon Bay, Catalina Island Cal.

Founded in 1881 as H. H. Tammen & Co. by Harry Heye Tammen, renamed in 1896, producer of souvenir spoons & mineral novelties. Became the Thrift Novelty Co. sometime after 1957.


AVALON BAY, CATALINA ISLAND CAL.
Tammen spoon
5-⅝"
[original in SCIF archives: Haffey Family Collection]



AVALON BAY CATALINA
Tammen coffee spoon
post 1929
4-¼"
[original in SCIF archives: Putnam Collection]