SOLD! for $384.00.
(Note: Prices realized include a buyer's premium.)
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- High Estimate: $350.00
- Realized: $384.00
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25 pieces coin silver and sterling silver flatware, including 12 coin silver spoons of Kentucky interest. Includes six (6) fiddle pattern teaspoons marked A. Fairleigh in banner (Andrew Fairleigh, working Hardin County, KY circa 1830-1844), monogram GF; Six (6) teaspoons with fiddle tipt handles, stamped on back with incuse retailer marks C. P. Barnes & Bro. (Chauncey P. Barnes and his brother Joseph, working Louisville, KY circa 1870-1880), monogrammed APS; 1 tablespoon with worn illegible mark monogrammed JMB; 1 teaspoon with stamped letter D and English hallmarks or possible American pseudohallmarks, monogram ST (dent at joint of bowl and handle); and eleven (11) Gorham sterling demitasse spoons in the engraved Hawthorne pattern (c. 1885). Gorham spoons: 2.37 oz troy. All other spoons: 8.46 oz troy. CONDITION: All pieces in very good condition with minor wear except where noted in description.