SOLD! for $206.00.
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Twenty-one pieces of assorted American and English silver table and serving spoons, sterling and coin. 1st group: 5 American sterling silver table serving spoons with plain tipt pattern handles by Roger Williams Silver Co., Providence, RI, c. 1900-1913, 8 1/4" L; plus one British sterling marrow spoon, Thomas Daniel, London, 1822, 9" L. total combined weight of sterling: 9.505 oz troy. 2nd group: 1 American coin fiddle teaspoon by Charles & John Wyman; 5 coin fiddle pattern teaspoons with impressed mark "Davison"; 4 American coin plain tipt teaspoons by H.N. Walter, NY, 1833; 4 American coin plain tipt teaspoons by C.C. Shaver, Utica, NY, 1856-1900; one unmarked coin teaspoon, 5 3/4" L to 6 1/8" L, 15 total coin spoons. Total combined weight of coin spoons: 6.815 oz troy. Early to mid-19th century. Provenance: Riceville, TN collection. CONDITION: Overall very good condition with surface scratches due to age. One coin spoon with small tear in bowl and few dents. All items except marrow spoon with engraving or monograms.