SOLD! for $330.00.
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- Low Estimate: $300.00
- High Estimate: $350.00
- Realized: $330.00
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7 Kentucky coin silver spoons, including 2 serving spoons (8 7/8") with plain fiddle handles, monogrammed JPL and marked W.P. LOOMIS in rectangle on backs, and 5 tablespoons (8 3/8") with pointed fiddle handles, monogrammed FJL with incuse mark on backs: W.P. LOOMIS (Warham P. Loomis, b. 1794-d. 1870, working Frankfort, KY). 12.98 oz troy combined weight. 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: Most with wear to tips of bowls; one serving spoon with possible handle repair.