SOLD! for $104.00.
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Grouping of two (2) coin silver tablespoons with fiddle tipt handles, marks for L. Jaccard (working St. Louis, MO 1852-1871) and four (4) salt spoons with sheaf and wheat motif, including 1 marked "Moore" ,1 marked for James Watts (Philadelphia, PA, active 1835 – 1881) with owner's name James P. Butler engraved on back, 1 marked for Newell Harding (Boston & Haverhill, MA, active 1830 – 1860) with fiddle tipt handle and 1 marked for Joseph Moulton IV( Newburyport, MA, b. 1814 – d. 1903), handle engraved M. Pettingell. 3.915 total troy ounces. All 19th century. Condition: Both tablespoons with extensive wear and pitting to bowls. Salt spoons with overall general wear.