SOLD! for $390.00.
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Group of Coin Silver including Tennessee and Kentucky related. Includes 6 coin silver medallion pattern forks, incuse marks for retailer F.H. Clark & Co. (Frederick Harvey Clark, working Memphis, Tennessee circa 1850-d. 1866 as F.H. Clark & Co), 7" L; 1 coin silver sauce ladle with incuse retailer mark Gates & Pohlman (W.T. Gates and William H. Pohlman, working Nashville, Tennessee, c. 1865), monogrammed "Guild," 6 3/4" L; 1 fiddle handle salt ladle marked W.H. Calhoun in rectangle (William H. Calhoun, Nashville, Tennessee, working 1839-1865), monogram G; 1 sugar shell with partial mark W.C. C in rectangle (also likely Calhoun); 1 fiddle handle teaspoon monogrammed EW with incuse mark for O.H. Moses (working Clarksville, TN mid 19th century) and pseudohallmarks; 5 fiddle tipt teaspoons marked A.H. Conery (August Conery, working Frankfort, KY c. 1838-1859); Also included are 3 fiddle swell handled teaspoons marked H.W. Smith (location unknown), monogram J; 4 coffin handled coin silver teaspoons marked P. Sayre in rectangles (Paul Sayre, working Southampton, NY), and 6 teaspoons with sheaf of wheat decoration to handles and shells to back of bowls, marks for Taylor & Hinsdale of New York with psuedohallmarks. Combined weight: 21.995 total troy ounces. CONDITION: Salt ladle and sugar shell each have tiny tears to bowl. 1 Sayre spoon with tear to bowl and 1 Sayre spoon with possible repaired tear to bowl. Sugar spoon with persistent tarnish. Other items overall very good condition. Some items monogrammed.