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Ten (10) pieces Memphis, Tennessee coin silver flatware. Includes 5 pieces marked F.H. CLARK & CO. and MEMPHIS in separate rectangles (Frederick Harvey Clark, mark used Memphis, TN 1850-1866, ref. Tennessee Silversmiths, p. 63): 1 Serving spoon (9" L) with rounded fiddle handle monogrammed CJB; 2 tablespoons with fiddle swell handles monogrammed Gregory; and 2 dessert spoons with fiddle swell handles monogrammed REJ (one has a deep scratch to bowl). Also includes 3 spoons marked F.H. CLARK & CO. in rectangle: 2 dessert spoons with fiddle handles monogrammed ELA and 1 teaspoon with fiddle swell handle monogrammed Gregory; 1 fiddle thread handled fork with incuse marks F.H. CLARK & CO. and Coin, and 1 teaspoon with fiddle handle and incuse mark WARREN, possibly A.J. Warren, working Memphis circa 1860 (ref. Tennessee Silversmiths, p. 164). Provenance: The estate of Dr. Benjamin H. Caldwell, Nashville, Tennessee. CONDITION: Warren spoon has bend to tip of handle. 1 spoon monogrammed REJ has a deep scratch to the bowl. Other items very good condition with light wear to marks/monograms.