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9 pcs Southern Coin Silver Flatware, including KY, TN, SC, Winchester, VA and Natchez MS. 1st-2nd items: Two serving spoons with double swell fiddle tipt handles marked H. Terlau (Henry Terlau, working Covington, Kentucky, 1854-1894). Monogrammed "J.C.P". 8" L. 3rd-4th items: 2 teaspoons with double swell fiddle tipt handles marked E. & D. Kinsey (Edward & David Kinsey, working Newport, Kentucky, and Cincinnati, Ohio, c.1836-1850), in rectangle. Monogrammed "Urban". 6 1/4" L. 5th-6th items: Two teaspoons with fiddle handles marked J. E. Spear (James Emmons Spear, working Savannah, Georgia, 1846-1848, Charleston, South Carolina, 1848-1871). Monogrammed "P". 5 5/8" L. 7th item: One fork with fiddle tipt handle marked S. COCKRELL [star] Coin, attributed to Samuel Cockrell, b. Virginia, 1808, moved to Natchez, Mississippi, 1838. Monogrammed "A H M". 8" L. 8th item: One teaspoon with fiddle tipt handle marked J & J Hall. Monogrammed "E T". 6" l. 9th item: One serving spoon with fiddle handle marked CAMPBELL in rectangle with clipped corners, attr. Thomas Boyle Campbell, working Winchester, Virginia, b. 1796-d. 1858 (ref. Virginia Silversmiths by Catherine Hollan, p. 132). Monogrammed "WMC". 7 1/2" L. 8.20 total troy ounces. Mid/late 19th century. Provenance: Private Florida collection. CONDITION: Overall very good condition. Most pieces show wear consistent with use. Damage to bowl of Campbell serving spoon. All pieces monogrammed.