SOLD! for $450.00.
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21 pieces of silver flatware including an English sterling stuffing spoon and tongs, and 19 American coin and sterling items. 1st-15th items: 14 American coin silver spoons, including 5 fiddle pattern teaspoons marked Shepherd & Boyd (Robert Shepherd and William Boyd, working Albany, NY, 1806-1830), monogrammed "CLB", 5 fiddle pattern tablespoons marked Davis & Brown (Samuel Davis and Robert J. Brown, working Boston, MA, 1810-1814; 1820), monogrammed "MTP", 2 fiddle pattern tablespoons marked P. Garrett (Philip Garrett, working Philadelphia, PA, circa 1820), monogrammed "CH", 1 fiddle tipt pattern mustard spoon marked R & W Wilson (Robert and William Wilson, working Philadelphia, PA, circa 1825-1846), 1 fiddle pattern tablespoon marked Curry & Preston (John Curry and Stephen L. Preston, working Philadelphia, PA, 1825-1831), and 1 fiddle thread tipt pattern soup ladle with gilt wash interior to bowl marked IM (John McMullin, Philadelphia, PA, 1790-1841) with additional mark, "Carolina U.B.". Combined weight coin silver: 25.04 oz troy. 16th-19th items: 4 American sterling silver items, including 1 Tiffany & Co. Italian pattern place soup spoon, monogrammed "MEH", 1 repousse pattern gravy ladle marked A.E. Warner (Andrew Ellicott Warner, working Baltimore, MD, 1805-1870), 1 J. E Caldwell & Co. (James E. Caldwell/J.E. Caldwell & Co., Philadelphia, PA, circa 1848-1860) pieces, including 1 repousse pattern serving spoon marked, monogrammed "EGF", 1 floral engraved pattern master butter knife, monogrammed "P", 1 H.H. Curtis & Company pierced bon bon spoon. 7.62 oz troy. 20-21st items: 2 English sterling silver items, including 1 George III reverse tipt pattern stuffing spoon marked William Stroud, London, 1792, 1 pair of sugar tongs, marked Edwards & Co., Sheffield, 1915. 3.47 oz troy. Combined weight sterling: 11.09 oz troy. Provenance: A private Alabama collection. CONDITION: All pieces with general surface scratching, consistent with use. Pieces not monogrammed unless specified.