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4 rare and early Tennessee coin silver spoons (circa 1805) with coffin ends, monogrammed O, marked on back Fleshart in rectangle (Francis Fleshart, working Knoxville, d. 1809). Ref. Benjamin H. Caldwell, Tennessee Silversmiths, p. 83 and Charles Hardiman, More Marks of Tennessee Silversmiths, Tennessee Historical Quarterly Vol. LXXIV, p. 25, mark illustrated fig. 3b. Also see http://www.ericfleshood.com/genealogy/biographies-and-histories/the-first-fleshhood for information on the silversmith's migration to Knoxville. 7 1/3"L, 3.46 oz troy combined weight. Provenance – Lexington, Kentucky area collection. Condition: Overall excellent condition with some small minor dents to bowls. CONDITION: Overall excellent condition with some small minor dents to bowls.