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Grouping of sterling and coin silver, English and American. 1st group: 3 William Thomson, NY, coin silver teaspoons with shell handles, monogrammed, 5-7/8" L, (2.13 oz troy). 2nd group: 7 English sterling silver teaspoons with fiddle thread handles, 4 from London, 1838 and 3 from Exeter, 1862, 5-3/4" L, (6.56 oz troy). 3rd group: 4 Georgian Sterling spoons, largest tablespoon engraved "G.L. 1791", various lengths, all with bends in bowls, (3.90 oz troy). 4th group: 4 Gorham sterling silver cordials, 2-1/4" H, dents on one cordial, (3.77 oz troy). 5th group: Sterling silver cigarette box, marked "S and S" on base, 1-3/8" H x 6-1/4" W x 3-1/4" D, scattered dents. 6th group: Single Small spoon with fiddle tipt pattern handle, possibly sterling, worn hallmarks, 4-3/4" L. (0.41 oz troy). 20 pieces total. 16.77 total troy ounces. Condition: Overall good condition. See description.