SOLD! for $780.00.
(Note: Prices realized include a buyer's premium.)
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- Realized: $780.00
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1st – 6th items: Set of six (6) coin silver tablespoons with rounded fiddle handles and rounded fins marked in rectangle P. NEGRIN (The book TENNESSEE SILVERSMITHS by Dr. Benjamin H. Caldwell lists Paul Negrin working in Nashville from 1823-1844. He was one of the eight men who formed the Association of Watchmakers, Silversmiths and Jewellers of Nashville in 1836.) Engraved monogram "JEH" to the handles. 8 1/4" L. 7.325 total troy ounces. 7th – 11th items: Set of five (5) early sterling silver teaspoons with fiddle handles and rounded fins marked "W&H Sterling" for the maker Wood & Hughes, New York and "B.H. Stief" for the retailer B. H. Stief Jewelry Company, Nashville, TN. Monogrammed "LBH" to the handles. 7" L. 5.695 total troy ounces.12th item: C. Bard & Sons Philadelphia coin silver spoon with fiddle handle and rounded fins. Marked "C. Bard" with partial address within a rectangle en verso handle. Monogrammed "LSC" .7 1/4" L. 1.145 troy ounces. 8.47 total coin troy ounces. 5.695 total sterling troy ounces. Private Nashville, TN Estate. Condition: All spoons overall good condition with general use wear, all monogrammed.