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Eleven pieces of American 19th century coin silver and early sterling. Includes 1 large fish slice or pie server in the French Thread pattern with curved blade, marked for Mulford & Wendel, Albany (working about 1850), monogrammed MTR, 10-3/4; a meat fork in the French Thread pattern marked Rockwell (Edward Rockwell, working New York City 1803-1847), with psuedohallmarks of a lion, bust and W, 8"; 4 egg spoons in the Threaded Oval pattern (2 marked for Gale and Willis, 2 marked for William Gale & Son, all marked 925 Sterling, no monograms, 4-1/8"L; 2 coin silver table/serving spoons with fiddle tipt double swell handles, monogrammed W.T. Havern on back of handles and marked J. Moulton (Joseph Moulton, working Newburyport, Mass., mid 19th c.); 2 coin silver table/serving spoons with plain coffin handles each monogrammed E (1 with rubbed mark and damaged tip, the other marked W.H. White & Co in rectangle with a star psuedohallmark or journeyman's mark (William H. White, working Fredericksburg, Virginia circa 1800-1859), with dents and wear to bowl; and 1 dessert spoon with double swell fiddle tipt handle, engraved monogram L and marked for Frank W. Smith sterling, Hugo Bell retailer, additional LHL monogram on back handle. 15.66 oz troy combined weight. Provenance: a Mississippi estate. Condition: All items in very good condition except where noted.