SOLD! for $540.00.
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- Low Estimate: $400.00
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14 pcs. 1st-10th items: Ten Kentucky coin silver dessert spoons, 7 1/2" L, with plain fiddle handles monogrammed "Talbot" and marked on backs R.E. SMITH in rectangle (Richard Ewing Smith, b. 1800-d. 1849, working Louisville c. 1827-1848). 11th item: Silver gravy ladle in a bead and anthemion pattern with no monogram; incuse mark SALISBURY & CO. (retailer, in business in New York City, 1838-1850). 12th-13th items: Two coin silver teaspoons in the Fiddle Swell pattern, monogrammed SL and marked on back CLAYTON in rectangle (likely Richard Clayton, b. 1811-1878, working Cincinnati, Ohio 1834-1859). 14th items: Coin silver mug, flared rim with tapered sides, S scroll handle, monogrammed Helen Talbot. Stamped on base HAZEN & COLLINS in rectangle (Nathan Lord Hazen and Peleg Collins, working Cincinnati, Ohio, 1843-1847). 3" H. Combined weight 19.12 oz troy. Provenance: Descended in the Talbot-Lindsey family of Frankfort, Ky. Helen Talbot, the granddaughter of second Kentucky governor James Garrard, was born in Bourbon Co. in 1841; she married John B. Lindsey in 1860 and they lived in Frankfort, KY. CONDITION: All pieces in very good condition.