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Two groups of coin silver spoons. 1st group: Scarce set of 14 coin silver table or serving spoons by Anthony Rasch, King's Pattern, with double swell tipt shell and anthemion decoration, marked A.RASCH in serrated rectangle (Anthony Rasch, working New Orleans 1821-d. 1858, working Philadelphia 1805-1820). 8-5/8" L. 26.045 oz troy. Monogrammed SDH in script, possibly for Susan Dayton Harrod Boyd (1813-1905) or the conjoined initials of Maj. Genl. Henry Dearborn and his wife Sarah (married 1813). 2nd group: Set 4 coin silver teaspoons, King's Pattern, all with double swell tipt with shell and anthemion decoration, marked M.P. in rectangle with pseudo hallmarks of anchor, star and George III, probably Matthew Petit (working New York, NY circa 1811). Monogrammed DH in script. 5-3/8" L, 2.31 oz troy. 28.355 total oz troy. Provenance: The Estate of Charles Boyd Coleman, Jr., Chattanooga, TN. This silver descended in the family of Annette Maria Dearborn Boyd, daughter of Greenleaf Dearborn (1786-1846) and his wife Pamela August Gilman (1802-1880, the granddaughter of Gen. Dearborn on her mother's side). Annette was married to Charles Harrod Boyd of New Orleans (son of Susan Dayton Harrod Boyd) and had four children, Annie Frances Harrod Boyd, Augusta Dearborn Boyd, Emily Dearborn Boyd and Julia Wingate Boyd (wife of Lewis Minor Coleman, Jr.). Lewis Minor Coleman Jr. was the son of CSA Lt. Col. Lewis Minor Coleman and Mary Ambler Marshall, granddaughter of John Marshall (1755-1835), fourth Chief Justice of the United States. Note: Susan Dayton Harrod Boyd was the daughter of Hannah Rolf Dayton (1791-1826) and Charles Harrod (1787-1870), president of the Atchafalaya Bank of New Orleans and aide-de-camp to General Andrew Jackson at the Battle of New Orleans. CONDITION: All spoons in overall very good condition.