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Four coin silver spoons of Southern interest. Includes a berry spoon, retailer's mark for William Kendrick (working Louisville, Kentucky, working 1831-1880) with a scalloped bowl having repousse fruit decoration and a handle in pattern similar to Louis XIV by John Polhemus, 8-5/8"L; a tablespoon with scroll-engraved tipt handle, marked J. Nicklas 10.15 (Baltimore); a tablespoon with fiddle tipt handle marked H. Bliss in rectangle (New Orleans, Louisiana, circa 1830), 8-1/2"L; and a tablespoon with fiddle tipt handle engraved S. Ryerson, with marks for both W. Pitkin and Hull & Sangar, both in rectangles (note: according to AMERICAN SILVER MARKS by Ralph and Terry Kovel, Walter Pitkin, b. 1808-1885, worked in Hartford Conn. circa 1825 and Vicksburg, Tennessee from 1834-1837). 9"L. 6.69 oz troy total weight. Condition: Overall excellent condition with minor denting and scratching to bowls, monograms.