SOLD! for $2,760.00.
(Note: Prices realized include a buyer's premium.)
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- High Estimate: $350.00
- Realized: $2,760.00
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11 pieces of Kentucky coin silver marked for John Beauchamp, working Bowling Green prior to 1847 to 1871 and possibly later. Includes 1 cream or gravy ladle; 2 tablespoons or serving spoons; 7 teaspoons, and 1 salt spoon. The two tablespoons are marked in rectangles, all other marks are incuse. The two teaspoons with rounded fiddle handles bear additional pseudo hallmarks. Ranging in size from 3 7/8" to 9 1/8" L. Combined weight 9.83 oz troy. (Ref. Marquis Boultinghouse, Silversmiths of Kentucky, p. 298). The Estate of Cora Jane Spiller, Bowling Green, Kentucky. Condition: Most/all with assorted monograms. The two teaspoons with rounded fiddle handles have small tears at bowl and dents. Other items overall very good condition with some scattered minor dents to bowl and wear to a few tips.