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11 Tennessee coin silver spoons (3 table or serving spoons, 6 dessert spoons and 3 teaspoons), all marked ".Sehorn" in rectangle with additional mark of a horse's head profile over a chevron, in shield, and "Coin", possibly George Sehorn (working Athens, McMinn County, Tennessee 1823-1843?). For a discussion of the various Sehorn marks associated with this silversmithing family, see "Tennessee Silversmiths" by Benjamin H. Caldwell Jr., pages 151-153). All pieces monogrammed S.C.H. Combined weight: 13.435 oz troy. Provenance: the collection of John Montague, Memphis, Tenn. CONDITION: Excellent condition. Tablespoons have some old sales sticker residue on backs of handles.