SOLD! for $832.00.
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Three (3) Bardstown, Kentucky related silver teaspoons including coin silver by Hottenroth & Cachot and Jonathan Simpson. 1st item: Plain fiddle handle coin silver teaspoon, marked IH & FC in rectangle for Ignatius Hottenroth and Felix Ferjeaux Cachot (working Bardstown, Ky 1813-1817). Monogram NT or NJ. 5 1/2" L. Rare. 0.305 oz troy. 2nd item: Plain fiddle pattern handle coin silver teaspoon, marked J SIMPSON in rectangle (Jonathan Simpson, working Bardstown, circa 1820-1850, then Louisville, d. 1863), engraved monogram OMC. 5 7/8" L. 0.44 oz troy. 3rd item: "My Old Kentucky Home" souvenir sterling teaspoon, the bowl decorated with scene of figures on the porch of a cabin. Marked for Towle, retailed by T.G. Calvert of Lexington. 5 3/4" L. 0.665 oz troy. CONDITION: Hottenroth & Cachot spoon: wear to tips of bowl, some surface wear. Wear to Simpson spoon, especially tip of bowl, slight bend to handle. Souvenir spoon excellent.