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Thirteen pieces sterling silver flatware, English and Scottish. Includes two (2) sterling table or serving spoons with bright cut pattern handles, each monogrammed RBC, marks on back for Exeter, date mark rubbed, late 18th century, RF (probably Richard Ferris), 8-1/4" L; three (3) salt spoons with bright cut handles, marks rubbed, 3-3/4"L; two (2) teaspoons with bright cut handles, thistle marks with monarch's head and rubbed mark AG; one (1) teaspoon with bright cut pattern handle, marks for Edinburgh, 1835-1836, marked E & Co., 3-3/4"L; one (1) egg spoon in a shell pattern handle, marks for Edinburgh, James Naysmyth & Co., 1843-44, 5"L; one (1) salt or condiment ladle, marks for London, 1877-78, 4"L; one (1) salt spoon with fiddle handle and lion crest, marks for James and Josiah Williams, Exeter, 1858-59, 4"; one (1) salt spoon with fiddle handle and boar's head crest, marks for London, 1869-70, George W. Adams; and one (1) teapoon with oval reverse tipt handle, marks for London, 1835-36, 5-1/4". Total combined weight: 7.84 oz troy. Condition: Rubbing to pattern on egg spoon, most pieces monogrammed, overall very good condition with some scattered scratches and light dents.