SOLD! for $510.00.
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3 assembled groupings of Louisville Coin Silver from makers including John Hall, Speigelhalder & Werne, and Smith & Grant, 29 items total. 1st-13th items: 2 tablespoons, 1 dessert spoon, and 10 teaspoons of fiddle pattern, varying sizes, marked SMITH & GRANT in banner for Richard Ewing Smith and an unknown Mr. Grant, working Louisville, 1827-1831. 14th-26th items: 1 tablespoon, 6 dessert spoons, and 6 teaspoons of assorted fiddle and fiddle and fiddle swell patterns marked for Ferdinand Spiegelhalder & Joseph Werne, working Louisville, 1836-1858. Teaspoons marked in rectangles, other spoons with incuse marks. 27th-29th items: 2 teaspoons and 1 dessert spoon marked J. Hall, incuse, for John Hall, working Louisville, c. 1848-1852. Ranging in size from 5 1/4" to 9 3/8" L. Combined weight: 19.09 oz troy. The Estate of Cora Jane Spiller, Bowling Green, Kentucky. Condition: Most pieces monogrammed. Some wear to tips of bowls of spoons and scattered denting to bowls.