SOLD! for $300.00.
(Note: Prices realized include a buyer's premium.)
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- Low Estimate: $500.00
- High Estimate: $550.00
- Realized: $300.00
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25 pcs total. 1st item: Gorham coin silver cup with four cartouches, three enclosing floral decoration and one with inscription "L.C. Hunnicut from his Grandfather S.C. Moran Jan. 1. 1858." 2nd item: Coin silver fish slice or crumber, unmarked, with engraved floral decoration to blade and Classical design to handle. 3rd-20th items: Assorted coin silver flatware including 11 coin silver tablespoons in the French Thread pattern (9 with incuse retailer marks for George Baker, working Providence, Rhode Island 1824-1867 and Salem, Mass., and 1 with incuse mark for Heath & Westcott), together with 1 tablespoon marked WI Tenney in rectangle (William I. Tenney, working New York, 1831-1852); 1 teaspoon with basket of flowers motif to handle, marked IL in rectangle; 4 fiddle pattern teaspoons with marks for retailer John A. Cole; 2 bead pattern tablespoons with incuse marks for M.W. Galt & Bro., and 1 knife with marks for Albert Cole. 21st-24th items: 1 Gorham tablespoon with bright cut decoration to handle, engraved January 18 '92; and 2 sterling teaspoons and 1 sterling fork, all with Aesthetic Movement pattern handles. Combined weight coin silver: 36.06 oz troy. Combined weight sterling: 3.58 oz troy. Provenance: A Nashville, TN, estate. CONDITION: Tenney and IL spoons have 3/4" tears to bowl. Galt and Cole coin silver spoons and the Aesthetic Movement sterling spoons have significant wear and denting to bowls. All flatware monogrammed except basket of flowers spoon, fish slice, fork and knife.