SOLD! for $480.00.
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Ten (10) pcs Virginia and Washington, DC area coin silver flatware. 1st-6th items: 6 Virginia coin silver table or serving spoons with coffin end handles, all monogrammed MPD and marked W. WILLIAMS in rectangle (William Alexander Williams, working Alexandria, VA 1809-1834 and Washington DC 1832-1846; ref. Silversmiths of Virginia by Catherine Hollan, p. 816-819), 9" L. 7th item: 1 tablespoon with plain fiddle handle, marked W. MITCHELL Jr in banner (William Mitchell Jr., working Richmond, VA 1818-1845). 8" L. 8th item: 1 tablespoon with plain fiddle handle, marked R. KEYWORTH in rectangle (Robert Keyworth, working Washington, DC circa 1833). 8 3/4"L. 9th item: 1 teaspoon with fiddle handle marked J. L. LEONARD in rectangle (Jacob Leonard, 1787-1829, working Chestertown MD, Georgetown and Washington, DC, New Orleans, LA, and Fredericksburg, VA). 10th item: 1 tablespoon with fiddle handle, monogram C, marked on back J. ADAM. in rectangle (John Adam, 1775-1848, working Alexandria, VA and Georgetown, DC). 14.87 total oz troy. Provenance: The estate of Dr. Benjamin H. Caldwell, Nashville, Tennessee. CONDITION: 1st-6th items: Excellent condition. 7th item: Very worn monogram and some wear to mark. 8th item: Some wear to mark.