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6 pcs Southern Coin Silver. 1st item: Coffin end tablespoon, worn mark A. BLANCHARD in rectangle with single eagle mark (Asa Blanchard, working Lexington, KY 1808-1838). 8 5/8"L. 2nd item: Coin Silver mint julep cup, marked E. & D. KINSEY in rectangle (Edward & David Kinsey, working circa 1836-1850, Newport, Kentucky, and Cincinnati, Ohio). Engraved monogram: M.A. Scott in script across front. 3 3/8"H. 3rd item: Coin silver sauce ladle, Olive pattern variant, incuse mark W. KENDRICK (William Kendrick, working Louisville, Kentucky circa 1824-1880). Monogram MHS. 7 1/2" L. 4th item: Coin silver master butter knife, Olive pattern variant, monogram MEP, incuse mark J. KITTS & CO. (John Kitts, Louisville, KY, working 1836-1878), 7 1/8"L. 5th item: Coin silver sugar shell, double fiddle swell handle with monogram "Hubbard," incuse mark on back of handle C. W. WILCOX and PURE COIN in rectangle (attr. to Cyprian Wilcox, Sparta GA 1795-1875). 6"L. 6th item: Coin silver dessert spoon, fiddle tipt handle monogrammed W and marked on back MITCHELL & TYLER in rectangle (working Richmond, Virginia, 1845-1866). 6 7/8"L. Combined weight, all items: 11.47 oz troy. CONDITION: Blanchard spoon: wear to mark and to end of bowl; small dents to bowl. Kinsey julep: scattered small dents to cup, upto 1/4". Mitchell & Tyler spoon: several small dents to bowl. Other items excellent condition.