SOLD! for $682.00.
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- High Estimate: $500.00
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Assorted grouping of silver flatware including Irish, Scottish, English, and American, 42 pcs total. Includes: 1 King's pattern condiment spoon, Dublin, 1828, maker B_; 1 Georgian fiddle pattern serving or table spoon, Dublin, 1803, maker's mark JP; 2 Edinburgh teaspoons, Edinburgh, 1809-1810; 1 Edinburgh sugar sifter ladle, 1838-1839, maker's mark WP; 2 reverse tipt oval serving or table spoons, Sheffield, 1899, James Deakin & Sons and Newcastle, 1785, TW (probably Thomas Watson); 1 Newcastle gravy ladle, 1840, Reid & Sons; 6 Mappin & Webb demitasse spoons with chased handles, Sheffield, 1890, 1 screw with Sheffield-marked sterling head; 6 coin silver teaspoons marked for Currier & Trott (active Boston, 1823-1855); 1 coin silver knife with eagle-bust-V pseudohallmarks; 2 sterling teaspoons (1 Birks of Canada,1 Whiting, late 19th-early 20th c.); 2 Gorham sterling butter spreaders, c. 1900; 8 French Souvenir spoons with names and coat of arms decorations for various regions; and 5 other assorted world souvenir spoons including The Birth of A Nation and the Liberty Bell (marked Holland, .900). Also included is a Sheffield electroplated skewer and King's pattern cheese scoop and a Rogers butter knife. Lengths from 4" to 12". Total combined weight sterling: 20.6 oz troy. Total combined weight coin silver: 5.01 oz troy. Provenance: Estate of Bill Zarnon, Gatlinburg, Tenn. Condition: All in very good condition with minor wear, most with various monograms. CONDITION: All in very good condition with minor wear, most with various monograms.