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3 pieces Charleston, South Carolina coin silver. Includes 1 Crumber or fish slice with fiddle pattern handle and floral/scroll engraved blade (12-3/4"L) monogrammed MJ and GHW, and a Reverse Tipt Fiddle pattern dessert spoon (7"), monogrammed EEW, both marked on back for retailer William Carrington, working Charleston, SC from 1830-d. 1901; and a Reverse Tipt Fiddle pattern butter knife (7-1/2"L) retailed by Hayden & Gregg (working Charleston, 1838-1863) with additional oval G&H mark and date mark 1847, monogrammed JW. Combined weight: 8.84 oz troy. Provenance: the collection of John Montague, Memphis, Tenn. CONDITION: Wear to tip of dessert spoon, otherwise all pieces very good condition.