33 pieces early sterling silver flatware and coin silver flatware, mid to late 19th century. Includes twelve (12) coin or sterling forks in a late Victorian pattern with beaded edge and scrolled leaf design, incuse marks on back of handle for Lowell Senter (working Portland, Maine, mid 19th c.), four monogrammed B and the rest monogrammed C.W. May on backs, all 7 1/2"L; Nine ( 9) knives with blades marked "Sterling Pat. Applied For" and handles in a classical pattern with anthemion and ionic motifs, monogram W, 8 1/8"; 3 coin silver dessert spoons in an Olive variant pattern with lion and leopard head psuedohallmarks and incuse mark for Newell Matson (working Danville, NY circa 1840s); 1 dessert spoon in an Olive variant pattern marked for Wood and Hughes, Sterling; 6 fiddle pattern teaspoons monogrammed Stedman and marked "coin" with retailer mark Henry Harper (Philadelphia); and 2 fiddle pattern teaspoons monogrammed M.H. Kennedy and marked "Sterling" with retailer mark M. Goodman (Columbus, OH). Combined weight all items marked sterling: 14.67 oz troy. Combined weight all coin silver or unmarked items: 29.52 oz troy. CONDITION: 1 dessert spoon and 1 teaspoon have slightly damaged ends, likely from a disposal; some light wear to tines of forks, light general wear to other items, overall good condition.
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