SOLD! for $352.00.
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23 pieces coin and early sterling silver flatware. Includes: 1 coin silver tablespoon in the fiddle tipt pattern, marked W. H. CALHOUN / NASHVILLE T in rectangle (William H. Calhoun, working Nashville 1835-d. 1865), monogrammed JMJ on front and JJJ 1848 on back, 8 3/4" L; 1 coin silver teapoon in the fiddle swell pattern marked W. MCGREW in rectangle (Wilson McGrew, working Cincinnati, Ohio, 1825-1849), monogrammed JEN on front and JJJ 1848 on back; 5 coin silver teaspoons in a variant of the olive pattern with hops decoration, marked COIN with incuse marks J. GRAY and K & L, monogrammed AEP; 5 coin silver or early sterling teaspoons in a variant of the olive pattern marked Gorham with old lion-anchor-G marks, monogrammed FFP; 1 dessert spoon, variant of olive pattern, marked Sterling and monogrammed Mollie; 1 knife and fork, variant of olive pattern, with incuse marks E.G. WEBSTER, no monograms (6" and 7 1/2"); International sterling meat fork and pierced tongs (6 3/8" L) in the Edgewood pattern, monogram H; and 6 fiddle pattern teaspoons marked 925-1000 G C, monogrammed AN. Combined weight all items marked sterling: 8.74 oz troy. Combined weight, all other items: 11.12 oz troy. Provenance: the estate of Mary Ann Sugg, Franklin, Tennessee. CONDITION: Calhoun spoon – wear to tip, repair at handle just above mark, scattered dents to bowl. Oxidation to knife blade. Other flatware in good condition with some minor wear, most noticeably to tips of bowls.