Up front, I do not believe the spoon to be made in Sneek and the first mark is not the Guild city mark of Sneek; being three crowns and not three sausages or three V shapes;
I can not see a date letter resembling any date letter used in Sneek;
The hatchet; Duty mark for old silver objects of national origin returned to the trade. In accordance with several resolutions with further clarifications, this mark was intended for objects with the hallmarks of the ancient Netherlands silversmiths’ companies ….The use of this mark was abolished in 1927 for two reasons:1st . The lack of knowledge of the old marks has caused this mark to be sometimes struck on old foreign objects. 2nd. this mark had often been counterfeited and used to give objects an antique aura
. The difference with the older French ‘hatchet’ mark: The French mark was struck tax free on objects with valid hallmarks. However I fail to see any old & valid marks at your spoon and the handle of the hatchet is to short compared to the French hatchet and also looks odd compared to the official Dutch hatchet;
Judging by the images you provided; the spoon overall looks fresh and ‘new’ but the first three marks look rubbed. Please do remember this is my personal opinion based upon the images and I am open for suggestions or different opinion; to understand and learn.