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Ten (10) sterling, coin and Continental silver items, including Bateman silver, Russian Cup, and Napkin Rings. 1st-3rd items: Three (3) English sterling silver serving items, including one (1) George III pair of sugar tongs, hallmarked for Peter and Ann Bateman, 1798; and two (2) Birmingham napkin rings, including one (1) hallmarked JW, possibly for J. Walker, 1900, with script monogram "DR"; and one (1) hallmarked TH, possibly for Thomas Hayes, 1900. 4th-5th items: Two (2) American sterling silver pieces, including one (1) Gorham napkin ring, inscribed "Edna 99"; and one (1) Webster Co. napkin ring, with script monogram "J". 6th-8th items: Three (3) American coin silver flatware items, including one (1) tablespoon with incuse mark W. MOULTON in serrated rectangle for William Moulton II (b. 1772-d. 1861, working Newburyport, MA), inscribed "HF to FF"; one (1) shell pattern handle tablespoon with partially illegible incuse mark J.S. MOTT for James S. Mott (active 1825-1845, working New York, NY), with script monogram "RNT"; and one (1) pie server, with incuse marks "F & H R. C. Eldridge Pure Coin" for R. C. Eldridge, inscribed "Godfrey". 9th item: Russian Kiddush cup with engraved decorations, marked for Israel Eseevich Zakhoder, stamped with maker's mark, "84", and hallmark for Moscow. 10th item: Dutch tea caddy spoon, hallmarked with Lion Passant 2nd Standard purity, 1876, illegible maker's stamp, and Minerva head. Ranging in size from 3/4" H x 1 3/4" dia. to 9 3/8" L. Combined sterling weight: 3.030 total troy ounces. Combined coin silver weight: 5.015 total troy ounces. .875 silver weight: .805 total troy ounces. .833 silver weight: .340 total troy ounces.
PROVENANCE: The Estate of Patricia Kiegel, Nashville, Tennessee.
CONDITION: All pieces in overall good condition with surface scratches, minor scattered dents. Some pieces monogrammed.