SOLD! for $806.00.
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4 pieces of Mobile, Alabama coin silver serving flatware, all in variants of the fiddle pattern and marked "J. Conning" and "Mobile" in separate rectangles (James Conning, active Mobile, Alabama 1840-1872). Includes 1 soup or punch ladle, 13-1/2"L, monogrammed PJM; 1 pastry server with additional pseudohallmarks (attributed to Gurnee & Co., New York; probably retailed by Conning), 10-1/4"L; 1 gravy ladle monogrammed AM or AH, 6-1/4"L; and 1 master butter knife, monogrammed JAC, 7-1/4"L. Combined weight 12.21 oz troy. Provenance: the collection of John Montague, Memphis, Tenn. CONDITION: Monogram on ladle appears to be a replacement of a previous monogram and ladle also has some denting to bowl. All other items in very good condition.