SOLD! for $660.00.
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73 piece grouping of flatware. Includes 12 sterling strawberry forks with gilded tines in the Imperial Queen pattern by Whiting; 12 sterling teaspoons and one sterling serving fork in the Luxembourg pattern by Gorham, monogrammed H; 8 sterling butter spreaders in the Lancaster pattern by Gorham (marks rubbed); 7 sterling fruit spoons and 7 sterling dessert or salad forks in the Old Colonial pattern by Towle; 10 teaspoons with shell handles marked E.P. R. & Sons in rectangles with rounded corners (coin silver or silverplate); 4 coin silver tablespoons and 1 fork in an Olive pattern variant, the spoon marked Wm. R. Durgin PURE COIN and the fork monogrammed R; 1 coin silver master butter knife with rubbed mark and monogram; 3 coin silver teaspoons with fiddle swell handles marked C. SWIFT in rectangle and monogrammed Bryan; plus 8 assorted odd silver pieces including 1 pair hammered silver sugar tongs marked sterling; 1 pair ice tongs not marked but probably Sterling; 1 tea strainer with wooden handles marked Herman Roth Larchmont New York Handmade Sterling; 2 English sterling souvenir spoons; 2 long handled sterling chocolate spoons, and 1 sterling sugar shell. Combined weight of all items marked sterling (excluding strainer): 37.49 oz troy. Combined weight all coin silver items: 11.09 oz (does not include the teaspoons with shell handles). Provenance: a Brentwood, TN estate. CONDITION: All items very good condition. Some of the 8 odd sterling pieces have monograms.