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Two pieces of 19th century Boston Coin Silver. Item 1: Coin silver sauce boat with scalloped edges and C-scroll handle, mounted on three shell form feet with chased shell design at knees. Crested with an engraved stag and the initals ECG on one side, crest of a dog and crown on the other. Partly obliterated mark on bottom: "Jo– Ball & ___" (attributed to Jones, Ball & Co. or Jones, Ball & Poor, working Boston circa 1845). 5" H x 7-1/2" W x 3-1/4" D. Item 2: Coin silver cream pitcher, bulbous form with molded lip and footring, S-scroll handle, marked on base Lincoln & Foss Boston (incuse) and "Pure Silver Coin" in script in rectangle, monogrammed "NW to SWB Dec. 10, 1852 " Height including handle: 5-3/4". Circa 1850. 12.63 Total oz troy. Provenance: Estate of Salli Shropshire LaGrone, Franklin, TN. Condition: Item 1: Some roughness/wear at spout, small tear near handle. Item 2: Couple of small dents, overall very good condition.