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Assorted lot of mid-19th century coin silver flatware, SC, NY, PA. Includes 1 teaspoon marked J. Ewan (working Charleston, South Carolina, 1823-1852), 1 gravy ladle and 1 teaspoon both with arm and hammer, buffalo and eagle psuedohallmarks attributed to John S. Putnam of Buffalo, NY; 3 tablespoons with retailer marks for Hildeburn & Bros. 72 Market Street, Philadelphia; 1 teaspoon marked H. Sage (serrated rectangle, location unknown); 1 teaspoon marked J. Watson, Phila.; 1 teaspoon marked S.N. Story Worcester; and 1 teaspoon with rubbed illegible mark, monogrammed 1812 on bowl. Items range from 5-3/4" to 8-3/4, gravy ladle 6-1/4". Combined weight: 8.54 oz troy. Condition: All items with monograms, some with scattered dents to bowls and light scratches. Watson spoon has a tear to bowl.