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Assorted Coin silver flatware, 19 items. 1st group: 6 Assorted Coin tablespoons, mid 19th century fiddle type pattern, makers marks J.B. James; A.F. Burbank (Boston-2), Farrington & Hunnewell, Kinsey (Cincinnati), and 1 rubbed (unknown). 2nd group: 3 coin silver teaspoons ca. 1821 -1850, mark for James Peters, Philadelphia. 3rd group: 4 coin silver teaspoons ca 1833-1839, marks for Andrew Benedict, New York . 4th group: 4 Coin silver dessert forks in the Fiddle Tipt pattern, American, ca. 1840, marked "R.D." (unattributed), monogrammed "MHM" on backs. 6th group: 1 Large coin silver soup ladle, American, early 19th Century, unmarked, monogrammed "MHH", 15 1/2" L, and 1 pair of Coin silver sugar tongs, with shaped handles and good acorn form grips, marked W. Chittendon (probably New York), monogrammed on bridge "MHH", 6 1/2" L. 19 items total, 26.18 oz troy combined weight. Provenance: the estate of Margaret Wemyss Connor, Nashville, Tennessee. Condition: Unmarked spoon has large repaired split to bowl, Kinsey spoon has dents to bowl. Benedict spoons have small dents. Forks have wear to tines. Ladle with large repair to bowl.