SOLD! for $120.00.
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Four (4) pcs Georgia, and Louisiana Coin Silver Flatware. 1st-2nd items: 1 Coin silver tablespoon and 1 matching teaspoon, both with shell backs and ends, marked M. EASTMAN in rectangle (Moses Eastman, active 1828-1850, Savannah, GA), monogrammed "BC". 8 1/4" L and 5 1/2" L. 3rd item: Coin silver fiddle handled teaspoon marked HOPE in rectangle (Constantine Hope, working Savannah, Georgia 1807-1809), monogrammed "MLH", 5 5/8"L. 4th item: Fiddle thread pattern teaspoon marked MELVILLE & CO. in rectangle (working New Orleans, 1849-1858) with rubbed monogram verso. 7" L. 4.01 oz troy combined weight. Provenance: The estate of Dr. Benjamin H. Caldwell, Nashville, Tennessee. CONDITION: 1st-3rd items: Some wear to monograms and marks, tablespoon has wear at tip, Hope spoon has 1/8" tear at end of handle. 4th item (Melville spoon) has 3/8" tear to bowl and worn monogram.