SOLD! for $232.00.
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Ten Federal coin silver spoons, most with bright-cut decorations to handles and monograms, most associated with New York makers. Includes 2 spoons with mark IL, attributed to John Burt Lyng (working New York circa 1759), 2 tablespoons with script in rectangle mark Burger attributed to John Burger (working New York circa 1780-1790), 1 tablespoon and 1 teaspoon marked B. Wenman (Bernard Wenman, working New York c.1795-1810), 1 teaspoon marked A.G.F., 1 illegibly marked teaspoon, 1 teaspoon with illegible mark, and 1 dessert spoon with unattributed mark DL in serrated rectangle. Sizes 4-3/4" to 8-3/4", combined weight 9.035 oz troy. Provenance: Estate of Salli LaGrone, Franklin, Tennessee. Condition: Overall good condition with scattered small dents and scratches, some with wear to ends of bowls and bright cut decoration. Teaspoon with illegible mark has a small nick/tear to bowl, Wenman tablespoon has a small nick/dent to