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New Orleans Coin silver soup or punch ladle, 12-3/4"L; crumber or fish slice with engraved blade, 12-7/8"; and berry spoon with fluted bowl, 8-5/8", in the Ivy pattern by Henry Hebbard for Whiting, with ivy leaf and devil mask decoration. All 3 pieces marked with incuse retailer mark E.A. Tyler (Edward A. Tyler, working New Orleans, Louisiana 1838-1879), and additional mark "H.H. Pat. 1866" and monogrammed JC. Combined weight: 13.025 oz troy. Circa 1866. Provenance: the collection of John Montague, Memphis, Tenn. CONDITION: Excellent condition.