Gorham Sterling Silver Pearl Harbor Yacht Club Trophy, Providence, Rhode Island, 1923, with two handles, rim and footrim with die-cast oak leaf and acorn bands, the obverse with engraved image of a sailboat and inscription, "George R. Carter/ Cup/ Pearl Harbor Yacht Club/ Won by/ H.G. Dillingham," the reverse inscribed, "H.M. Dowsett Wikiwiki 7-13-24/ H.G. Dillingham '7' 7-26-25/ H.G. Dillingham '7' 8-29-26," ht. 10 1/4 in., approx. 17.9 troy oz.
N.B. Pearl Harbor Yacht Club was founded in 1924 in Honolulu, Hawaii, with an emphasis on Naval personnel membership. George R. Carter (1866-1933) was the second Territorial Governor of Hawaii. Harold Dillingham was a local railroad heir and financier.
Foot dented so that it wobbles slightly. Age-typical wear.
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