SOLD! for $480.00.
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- Low Estimate: $350.00
- High Estimate: $450.00
- Realized: $480.00
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7 pcs coin silver flatware, including 1 miniature fiddle pattern salt spoon marked J. Campbell in rectangle (John Campbell, working Fayetteville, North Carolina 1834-1836; Cheraw, South Carolina, 1836; Nashville, Tennessee, 1836-1857?), monogram ECG, 3 3/4" L; 2 coffin end teaspoons marked R. Mason in banners (attr. Richard Mason, working Baltimore, Maryland, 1814-1824), monogram K, and 1 table or serving spoon marked Wm. W. White in rectangle (William White, working New York City, c. 1827-1841, Philadelphia c. 1805-1806), monogram MAH; 1 crumber or fish slice with olive pattern handle monogrammed MEB to SBJ, plain blade, incuse retailer mark for S.T. Crosby of Boston (mid 19th century), 12" L, and a soup or punch ladle with fiddle tipt handle monogrammed ALS and marked C. Bro. & Co. in rectangle (probably Canfield Bro. and Company, Baltimore, circa 1850), 12 7/8" L, plus 1 Bailey & Co. (New York City) silver caster with monogram MCB, engraved date Sept. 12, 1867, 5 5/8" H. Combined weight: 14.18 oz troy. All American, mid 19th century. Provenance: Sevier County, TN private collection. CONDITION: Overall very good condition with a couple of small minor dents to caster and bowl of ladle.