SOLD! for $1,536.00.
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18 pieces of coin silver attributed to Paris / Bourbon County, Kentucky coin silver by makers including Joseph Stephens, James and George Snyder, B.B. Marsh, Abraham Shire, and more. 1st-5th items: 5 teaspoons with fiddle handles stamped J STEPHENS in rectangle for Joseph Lawrence Stephens, working 1810-1820+ (d. 1848, Cynthiana). 6th item: Teaspoon with fiddle handle monogrammed WSB, stamped B.B. MARSH in rectangle for Benedict Beal Marsh, working Paris, Ky 1844-1857+. 7th-9th items: 3 dessert spoons with fiddle swell handles, one monogrammed T.C., all stamped A. SHIRE in rectangle with rounded edges for Abraham Shire, working Paris KY 1865-1900. 10th-11th items: 2 teaspoons with fiddle handles monogrammed THS, stamped ROBINSON in rectangle, possibly for Jacob Robinson, working Paris circa 1860. 12th item: Tablespoon or serving spoon with fiddle swell handle monogrammed JMH and stamped J & G SNYDER and PARIS KY in separate rectangles for James C. and George W. Snyder, working as partners in Paris from pre 1845-1848. 12th item: Salt ladle with oval fiddle handle stamped GS in rectangle, attributed to George Snyder, working Paris, 1803-1813. 14th-18th items: 5 teaspoons with fiddle tipt handles monogrammed SEG and stamped with incuse mark C or G SNYDER and COIN, possibly George Snyder. Ranging in size from 3 3/4" to 9 3/4" L. 10.12 oz troy combined weight. The Estate of Cora Jane Spiller, Bowling Green, Kentucky. Condition: J. Stephens spoons: wear to tips of bowls, 2 spoons with small tears to bowls, all with some dents to bowls. B.B. Marsh spoon with wear to mark. Shire spoons: Good condition. J & G Snyder spoon: wear to tip of bowl, deep short scratch to bowl, generally very good condition. Salt ladle: very good condition. Snyder teaspoons: significant denting to bowl, one has short tear.