SOLD! for $540.00.
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- High Estimate: $450.00
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Group of fifteen (15) pieces coin silver and early sterling spoons, all with fiddle handles. Coin silver includes: 1 tablespoon marked A. BLANCHARD in rectangle, attributed to Asa Blanchard, working Lexington, KY, c. 1808-1838; 1 tablespoon marked J. DRAPER in rectangle, attributed to Joseph Draper, working Marshall County, KY, c. 1850; 2 dessert spoons marked C. BOND in rectangle (location unknown); and 3 dessert spoons and 2 teaspoons marked for Northern makers N & T Foster, Boynton & Woodford, Farrington & Hunnewell, E.A. Lakeman, and Gale, Wood & Hughes. Together with 6 teaspoons marked STERLING / C.P. BARNES & BRO. for retailer Chauncey Barnes, working Louisville c. 1870-1900. Total weight coin silver: 7.98 troy ounces. Total weight sterling silver: 3.04 troy ounces.
CONDITION: All items overall very good condition, most monogrammed. Wear to some marks, including ends of Blanchard mark.