SOLD! for $319.00.
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Six pieces coin and early sterling silver flatware in a rare 19th c. acorn and oak leaf pattern, unattributed, all with various maker/retailer marks. Includes four 7-1/4" forks (three marked N. Harding & Co Pure Coin, one marked McKay ___ Co. Pure Coin), one 7-1/2" butter knife with Wood & Hughes stamp, and one 6-1/2" gravy or sauce ladle marked J.E. Caldwell & Co. 925. Butter knife is monogrammed on back "Lincoln", ladle is monogrammed EHR, forks not monogrammed. American, circa 1865. 9.33 oz troy total weight. Provenance: Estate of Salli LaGrone, Franklin, Tennessee. Condition: All pieces in very good condition with light table wear to pattern on back.