SOLD! for $177.00.
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Group of coin silver flatware including 2 teaspoons marked F.H. Clark & Co. in rectangle for Frederick Harvey Clark, working Memphis, circa 1850, with fiddle swell pattern handle. 5-3/4" L; 4 teaspoons bearing incused marks T.E. Thompson with raised leaf on handle, 6" L; 1 Gorham master salt with fiddle swell pattern handle, 3-5/8" L; 1 teaspoon, unmarked, with fiddle swell pattern handle, 5-5/8" L; 2 luncheon forks bearing incused patent 1855 and "coin", raised leaf on handle, 7" L; 1 teaspoon bearing marks for D.B. Miller, Boston, MA. ca. 1850, fiddle handle and Miller mark in rectangle, 5-7/8" L. 11 items total, 7.49 oz troy. Condition: All but forks with monograms. 3 teaspoons with bends in bowls. Some others with fleabite dents in bowls.