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Group of assorted late 19th to early 20th century coin and sterling silver flatware. Includes 1 coin or early sterling silver cake knife in a Greek Revival style pattern with engraved, serrated blade, no maker's or quality mark, monogrammed REA, 11"L; a boxed Whiting silver-gilt serving fork and spoon with celluloid handles; 4 table or serving spoons in the Orleans pattern by Frank M. Whiting, pat. 1892; 1 Webster roast carving knife with hollow hammered pattern handle and iron guard; 1 master butter knife in an antique engraved pattern, retailer mark C.L Rosenkraus and Co; 2 International dinner knives; 3 salad or dessert forks in the French Renaissance pattern by Reed and Barton; 8 Mid-century Modern style cocktail forks in the Theme pattern by Gorham; 1 (7") fork in the Wild Rose pattern by Watson; 1 gravy ladle in the Daffodil pattern by Baker Manchester; 1 gravy ladle and 1 olive spoon both in the New Margaret pattern by International; 3 teaspoons in the Georgian pattern by Towle, Lancaster by Gorham, and Elegante by Reed & Barton, 1 bon-bon or nut scoop with pierced bowl; 3 souvenir spoons (Enamel on sterling, Toronto; Pierced with Eagle holding gilt worm in his mouth, marked AC in rectangle; and 1 with floral pattern handle and the Darlington Wis. courthouse engraved on the bowl). Also included is a small brass perfume funnel, marked Souvenir – Golden Gate International Exposition 1939, with figural handle. 28.36 oz troy weighable silver. 34 pieces total in lot. CONDITION: Wear and punctures to the 2 International knifes; wear and oxidation to funnel; bon bon scoop is twisted with damaged finish; all other pieces in good condition.