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9 pieces of European silver. Includes 1 sterling gravy ladle in the Shell pattern with sheaf of wheat engraving, marks for William Eley, William Fearn & William Chawner, 1814-1815, 7"L; 2 sterling spoons with tapered drops and oval reverse tipt handles, monogrammed, with marks for Samuel Godbehere and Edward, Wigan, London, 1796-1797, 8"L; 1 sterling tablespoon with oval reverse tipt handle, marked TW, London, 1814-15, 8-3/4"L; 1 Victorian sterling egg spoon, maker's mark IRH, London, date mark obscured, 5-1/4"; 2 Scottish sterling salt spoons, marks for Andrew Wilkie (working Edinburgh), 1816-1817, 3-3/4"L; and 1 silver fiddle pattern table or serving spoon with Continental (Austria-Hungarian) marks and maker/retailer mark Momber, probably .800 silver, handle monogrammed "1st Advent 1859", 9-1/2"L. 9.975 oz troy. Also included is a small oval sterling silver nut or bon bon dish with pierced and scalloped sides, marks for James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield England, Sterling, 1897, 3/4"H x 3-1/4"w x 4-3/4"L. 10.91 oz troy combined weight. Condition: Significant dent to center of bon bon dish and small tear at one edge, Continental Advent spoon has small nick to handle and dent to bowl, egg spoon has one small spot of pitting. All other pieces in very good condition, not monogrammed except where noted.