SOLD! for $522.00.
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- Realized: $522.00
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Six silver items. 1st and 2nd Items – 2 Federal coin silver teaspoons struck with bird and olive branch designs on the backs of the bowls, with pointed oval handles and bright cut monograms. Marked J. Kendall (James Kendall, working Wilmington, Delaware and Philadelphia circa 1790-1800). 5-7/8" L., .81 oz troy total weight. 3rd Item – Silver tea or coffee spoon with bird and olive branch design on back, pointed oval handle with bright cut pattern and monogram C.G., no maker's mark, 4 7/8", .25 oz troy. 4th Item – tea or coffee spoon with oval tipt handle, struck on back of bowl with a basket of flowers design. Illegible maker's mark and lion mark. Possibly English. 4 1/2"L, .32 oz troy. All circa 1800. 5th Item – coin silver teaspoon with oval handle and sheaf of wheat design back, marks for William Hughes (working Baltimore, Maryland circa 1785-1791). Bright cut monogram "M." 5-3/4". 6th item: coin silver teaspoon with rat tail join at the bowl and handle ending in a pointed oval with bright cut pattern, marked on back T.D. Dubois with sheaf of wheat touchmark (Tunis D. Dubois, working New York City, 1797-1799). 7" L. Combined weight: 1.42 oz troy. Provenance: Estate of Salli LaGrone, Franklin, Tennessee. Condition: One with light crimping/denting and light pitting to handle, the other with some scratching, both with worn areas to handle tips. Some wear to bird design. Lot 2: 1st item: dents to bowl, wear to design on back. 2nd item: excellent condition.