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Group of 17 pcs. coin silver flatware. Includes 5 table or serving spoons, fiddle swell handles, marked in rectangle F.H. Clark & Co. (Frederick Harvey Clark, working Memphis, Tennessee circa 1850-d. 1866 as F.H. Clark & Co.), period script monogram AJ; 3 table or serving spoons with fiddle pattern handles marked L. Kent (Luke Kent, working Cincinnati, Ohio c. 1830); 7 teaspoons in with fiddle swell handles (4 marked for Nigel Harding & Co. of Boston with SS and FWC monograms; 3 marked for M. Pearson of Portland, Maine with S and PJ monograms), all circa 1860; and 2 short handled tea or nut scoops with pierced shell form bowls and plain oval handles (1 with retailer mark Garrett & Son, likely Philadelphia, possibly sterling). 20.540 total troy ounces. Provenance: Devon Farm; estate of Sarah Hunter Hicks Green, Nashville, Tennessee. CONDITION: One shell-bowl scoop has repair to handle. 1 Harding spoon has significant dent to bowl, some other spoons have light minor dents to bowls.