SOLD! for $464.00.
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Thirteen pieces of flatware in coin and early sterling silver patterns, all mid to late 19th century. Includes 5 forks marked S. Chapin (working New York circa 1850), 5 forks marked Platt & Bro. (working New York, mid 19th century), 1 fork in the King's Pattern marked R & Wilson (Philadelphia, 1825-1845), 1 teaspoon in a strawberry pattern marked Pure Coin / Palmer Bachelder & Co. (working Boston, 1846-1864), and 1 tablespoon in the Jenny Lind pattern marked Albert Coles (working New York, mid 19th century). All forks 6-3/4". Combined weight of all pieces: 16.54 oz troy. Provenance: Estate of Salli LaGrone, Franklin, Tennessee. Condition: Some light minor dents to bowls of spoons, light scratching, various monograms, overall very good condition.