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10 pieces Georgia-related coin silver flatware. Includes: 4 teaspoons with shell and fiddle tipt backs, marked C. Catlin in rectangle (Charles Catlin, active Augusta, Georgia, c. 1840s), monogrammed G on front of handle; 2 forks (6-5/8") in an Empire variant pattern, with incuse retailer mark for A.H. Dewitt of Columbus, Ga.; 2 Fiddle Thread pattern forks (7-1/2"L) by William Gale & Son with retailer mark for Clark & Co. of Augusta, Ga. (working 1822-1852), monogrammed G on front of handle; 1 Fiddle pattern tablespoon marked on back H.P. Horton in rectangle with star and eagle pseudohallmarks (working Savannah, Ga. circa 1850) with additional museum accession marks, monogrammed M.G. Lee on front of handle; and 1 Fiddle pattern tablespoon with mark for B. Lord (Benjamin B. Lord, b. 1770-d. 1843, active c.1796-1807 in Pittsfield, MA and Rutland, VT, later as B.B. Lord & Co. in Athens, GA), monogrammed LN on front of handle. 9.41 oz troy combined weight. Provenance: the collection of John Montague, Memphis, Tenn. CONDITION: B. Lord mark is very rubbed with wear to spoon end; wear to Clark fork tines, otherwise very good condition.