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Eight pieces Natchez, Mississippi coin silver flatware (6 forks and 2 spoons), all with incuse marks "S. Cockrell" (Samuel Cockrell, b. Virginia, 1808, moved to Natchez, 1838). Includes six (7-3/8"L) forks with acanthus/Ionic decoration to handle and backs, incuse mark "S. Cockrell / Coin / Patent 1855" monogram M.P. on back of handles; one Fiddle Thread pattern teaspoon with incuse mark "S. Cockrell / Coin" and one Fiddle pattern teaspoon with incuse mark "S. Cockrell" and additional unattributed bust-lion-B pseudohallmarks, monogram R.S. Total combined weight: 12.62 oz troy. Provenance: the collection of John Montague, Memphis, Tenn. CONDITION: Some small dents and wear to bowls of spoons. Forks in excellent condition.