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1st item: Neoclassical coin silver cream jug, helmet form with triple reeded rim and oval footring, bright cut triple monogram, 6"H, 5.36 oz troy. Unmarked. Probably American, circa 1800. 2nd item: Ladle with fluted shell form bowl and fiddle tipt handle, monogrammed MMM, incuse mark for C. Bard & Son (retailer, working Philadelphia, 1825-1859) 10"L, 2.31 oz troy. 3rd item: Spoon with raised wheat design handle, monogrammed CSG, marked R. Dunlevy (working Philadelphia circa 1830) 6 1/4" L, .790 troy ounces. 4th item: Old Sheffield plated fish server with fish engraved on the blade and a green-stained ivory or bone handle. Unmarked. 12-1/4" L. English, circa 1825. Provenance: The estate of King E. and Julia R. Stockton, Tulsa, OK. Condition: All pieces with small minor dents/scratches, fish server has 3-1/2" crack to back of handle.