SOLD! for $3,584.00.
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Rare Kentucky coin silver salver or small footed tray, 10" diameter, with engraved scenic designs, one of a Gothic style building and tower, the other of an Arabian or Russian style building in a landscape, both enclosed in cartouches, with two other vacant cartouches and a center one engraved WILLIAM ROBINSON HUNTER FROM HIS FATHER AND MOTHER NOV. 15, 1857, all enclosed within an ovolo border and supported on three scrolled feet. Stamped HINTON and COIN en verso, attributed to William M. Hinton, working Paris, KY c. 1844-1847 and 1854, and Shelbyville, KY c. 1847-1854. 14.57 oz troy. The Estate of Cora Jane Spiller, Bowling Green, Kentucky. Condition: Overall good condition with some wear to engraving and a couple of small scratches.