SOLD! for $240.00.
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Group of English sterling and American coin silver flatware, including J. Levy of TN. 1st item: Tennessee coin silver condiment ladle with fiddle shell handle, marked J. LEVY in rectangle (Jonas Levy, working Pulaski County, Arkansas c. 1859 and Memphis, Tennessee 1855-1860). 5" L. 2nd-9th items: Assembled set of mid 19th century American coin silver teaspoons with fiddle shell handles. 3 are marked F. Marquand, S. Kirk, and J. and W. Moir, the rest have assorted psuedohallmarks attributed to Mid-Atlantic and New England makers. Assorted monograms. 10th item: Coin silver gravy ladle with fiddle handle, JSM monogram, marks for Theophilus Bradbury (Newburyport, Mass. c. 1815-1848), 7" L. 11th item: Coin silver sugar shell, fiddle handle, monogrammed en verso ERH, incuse mark Harry Raynes (Maine). 12th and 13th items: 2 early 19th c. coin silver teaspoons, 1 marked J. SHOEMAKER in rectangle (attr. Philadelphia, 1769-1829) monogrammed JS, and the other marked BIGGER in outline (attr. Gilbert Bigger, w. 1783-1816, Baltimore, MD), monogrammed J. 14th item: Cold meat fork with floral Repousse pattern handle, marked S. Kirk & Son Sterling. 8 3/4". 15th item: Sterling silver berry spoon with repousse fruit design to bowl and floral repousse handle, marked Sterling – Steiff. 8". 16th item: English Sterling silver fish slice with geometric pierced blade engraved crest on fiddle style handle, marks for London, 1814, Samuel Godbehere, Edward Wigan and James Boult, 12" L. 17th item: Pair Sterling silver sugar tongs, plain fiddle handle and oval grips, marked for Henry Holland, London, 1853. Combined weight all items: 19.84 oz troy. CONDITION: All items very good condition.