SOLD! for $435.00.
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Seventeen pieces of 19th century New York coin silver, most with fiddle handles. Includes 1 pair of sugar tongs with well modeled hairy claw grips, marks for Norman A. Freeman (working NYC 1846-1850); 1 coffin handled salt or condiment ladle marked J. Foster; 1 Wood & Hughes gravy ladle in the French Thread pattern with retailer mark for Spies & Champney of Brooklyn; 2 tablespoons marked A. C. Benedict (working NYC 1827-1840), 1 dessert spoon marked Hoyt, 1 dessert spoon marked Tanner & Cooley (working Utica, c. 1840), 4 dessert spoons with New York psuedohallmarks and retailer mark Williams, and 6 teaspoons with shell backs, mark for Eben Whitney (working NYC circa 1805). Sizes 6" to 8-1/2"L, total combined weight 16.89 oz troy. Provenance: Estate of Salli LaGrone, Franklin, Tennessee. Condition: Scattered light minor dents and scratches, all monogrammed, overall very good condition.