SOLD! for $704.00.
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57 pcs coin silver, including New Orleans and Tennessee. New Orleans silver includes Tablespoon with double swell fiddle handle and double mark Lund, possibly N.H. Lund (working New Orleans, circa 1850s; wear to tip of bowl); 1 olive pattern variant table or serving spoon marked E.A. Tyler; 1 teaspoon marked H.P. Buckley New Orleans; and 1 teaspoon marked Young & Co. NO with pseudo hallmarks. Tennessse coin silver includes 1 teaspoon marked T. Cain in serrated rectangle (Thomas Cain, working Knoxville, 1809-1813); 1 teaspoon marked E. Wiggers in cartouche (Ernest Wiggers, working Nashville circa 1866) and 2 fiddle tipt handled dessert spoons, 1 tablespoon and 1 teaspoon all marked G.W. Donigan (George Washington Donigan, working Nashville, 1850-1864; note the teaspoon has an additional mark for W & Hughes, NYC). Specialty pieces include a pastry or tomato server in the "Jenny Lind" pattern with engraved blade marked for Albert Coles, NY, 9 3/8" L; 1 seal top serving spoon with gilt bowl, no mark; 1 James Watson Philadelphia sugar shell; 1 pair Federal bright cut sugar tongs, no mark or monogram; 1 pair sugar tongs marked for J.S. Porter; 1 gravy ladle with bright cut handle, marked PLK for Peter Krider; 2 condiment ladles marked Hildebrand, Strickland; 1 sugar shovel marked E.E. and S.C. Bailey; 1 salt spoon with shell bowl marked J. Hollister; 1 egg spoon with twist handle marked for Albert Coles, NY, and 1 snuff box and 1 utility knife, both unmarked but probably coin silver, with engraved decorations and monograms (snuff box monogramed "H Causer" in banner and knife monogrammed "Belle"). Also included are 10 assorted coin silver tablespoons, marked Hildeburn (2), R & W. Wilson (3), Mermod Jaccard & Co, E & D. Kinsey, J. Moulton, Canfield, and N. Harding; 8 teaspoons marked Moulton, Wm. Kendrick, J. Hollister, G. Hocknell, William Wilson White, R.A. Tibbets (2), and 1 with mark obscured by rubbing; 2 dessert spoons marked J. Hollister, A Sanborn; 1 fork marked for Wood & Hughes, 12 matching teaspoons with fleur-di-lis at tip, marked only COIN, and 1 matching spoon marked sterling (all with same S monogram). 55 pieces coin silver: 53.80 oz troy total. Snuff box and utility knife: 3.84 oz troy. 57 items total. Provenance: The Estate of Celia (Cece) Webb, Nashville, TN. CONDITION: Various monograms. Bailey sugar shovel marked "Bailey" in marker en verso. Wear to tips of Hildebrand, Moulton and Canfield tablespoons and to Cain teaspoon. Small tear to side of bowl of Buckley teaspoon. Wear to some decoration on snuff box.