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2 Groups coin silver and sterling flatware, 20 pcs. total. First group includes: 1 tablespoon hallmarked for John Ewan (Charleston, SC, working 1823-1852), with fiddle handle and script monogram; 2 tablespoons hallmarked "Wm. Carrington & Co." , (New York City and Charleston, SC, working 1830-1901), both with fiddle tipt handles and script monogram; 1 tablespoon hallmarked "Wm. Glaze" (William Glaze, Columbia, SC, working 1838-1882), with shell handle and faint script monogram; 1 tablespoon hallmarked "R.M", fiddle tipt handle, no monogram; 1 English sterling tablespoon, hallmarked for John Lambe, 1817, with reverse fiddle tipt handle and 4 script monograms; 5 Gorham sterling forks with fiddle tipt handle and retailer mark for Gilreath & Patton (6-3/4" L) and 1 similar fork marked "sterling". Second group includes: 1 English sterling stuffing spoon, hallmarked for Hester Bateman, London, 1776, reverse tipt handle, 9"L; 1 English sterling sauce ladle, hallmarked for Elizabeth Eaton, London, 1850, thread handle; 4 early Wallace sterling teaspoons with fiddle handles; 1 coin silver teaspoon retailed by Matson & Hoes, Chicago, fiddle tipt handle; and 1 coin silver teaspoon with pseudo hallmarks, retailed by John Savage (New York City, 1839-1950), reverse tipt handle. 5-1/2" L to 9" L. Total 20 pcs, combined weight sterling: 15.01 oz troy; Coin silver: 9.36 oz troy. Condition: Overall good condition. Minor dents in some bowls of spoons. Wear to some monograms. ADDED TO THIS LOT FROM 7190 – Most in very good condition. Minor dents in bowls of coin spoons. Four with monograms.