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Assorted world silver. Includes 6 American coin silver teaspoons with fiddle handles, retailer mark for S. Richmond, psuedohallamarks for Hall, Hewson and Brewer of Albany, New York; 1 pair coin silver sugar tongs, unmarked with multiple repairs; 1 Coin silver tablespoon, maker's mark for John C. Farr (working Philadelphia 1825-1852); 1 English sterling footed salt cellar with repousse decoration to body and 1 beaded edge salt spoon, the cellar marked RH (Probably Robert Harper, London, 1862-1863); 1 Finnish or Swedish pastry server with hollow handle, 11"L; 2 Danish demitasse spoons; 1 Danish egg spoon; 1 Finnish/Swedish demitasse spoon; 1 twist handle egg spoon, possibly Belgian; 1 Massachusetts souvenir spoon; 1 American Blackington sugar sifter spoon; 1 sugar sifter spoon with enamel decoration marked Sterling 925/1000; 1 sugar sifter spoon marked Prima NS; 1 large Continental unmarked pierced ladle; 1 horn handled ladle with pierced silver bowl, unmarked (possibly American); 1 silverplated sugar sifter spoon, 1 silverplated Memphis Brys spoon. Total weighable silver: 12.29 oz troy. Condition: Most pieces monogrammed, tongs have multiple repairs.