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Fifteen pieces Virginia coin silver. Includes: 8 teaspoons and 1 dessert spoon with fiddle pattern handles marked W. Mitchell Jr. in banner (William Mitchell Jr., Richmond, b. 1795 – d. 1852); 6 Olive variant pattern teaspoons marked Mitchell & Tyler in rectangle (active in Richmond circa 1845-1866), script monogram GCA; 1 teaspoons with fiddle pattern handle marked in rectangle Cooke & Son (William Cooke & William A. Cooke, active Petersburg, VA, 1833-1838), script monogram; and 1 teaspoon with fiddle handle marked in serrated banner R. Jordan (Rix Jordan, 1791-1851, working Richmond, 1812-1840; Essex County, 1840-1841; Hampton 1850-1857), script monogram. Combined total weight 12.07 oz troy. Provenance: the collection of John Montague, Memphis, Tenn. Condition: Scattered dents to bowls, one Mitchell and Tyler spoon has a 1/2" tear to bowl.