Includes an early tablespoon with bright cut engraved handle marked I. Sayre (Joel Sayre, working New York City, 1778-1818), and four 19th century tablespoons of fiddle-type pattern with various marks: A. Henderson (Philadelphia); A. Sanborn (Lowell, Mass.); A.L. Holder (unknown); and 1 with worn mark in serrated rectangle. Together with three 19th century teaspoons of fiddle type pattern with various marks: H in leaf mark for Daniel Hempstead (New London, CT); D.C. P. & Co. (unidentified retailer); H.B. Marsh (Indiana?); and an early bright cut engraved teaspoon with rubbed mark, circa 1800. Also included is a mustard ladle with beaded handle and retailer mark T.C. Evans (Binghamton, NY), 6"L. 9.61 oz troy total weight. Condition: 3 tablespoons (including Sayre, Lowell, and one with worn mark) have wear to bowls. Most pieces monogrammed.
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