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Group of twenty-eight (28) coin silver and sterling flatware, primarily Nashville makers. 1st-7th items: Seven fiddle thread handle teaspoons (5 1/2" L), monogrammed, with marks for G.R. Calhoun & Co. Sterling (George Reid Calhoun, working Nashville, 1847-1903). 8th-14th: Seven pieces fiddle tipt handle flatware, including two forks (6 3/4" L), two teaspoons (5 3/4" L), monogrammed, two individual sugar spoons (3 7/8" L), monogrammed, one master salt spoon (3 3/8" L), monogrammed, with marks for J. Flowers (Josiah Flowers, working Nashville, c. 1840-1870). 15th-20th items: Six fiddle tipt handle teaspoons (5 3/4" L), monogrammed, with marks for Gates & Pohlman (W.T. Gates and William H. Pohlman, working Nashville, 1865). 21st-22nd items: One fiddle tipt handle teaspoon (5 7/8" L), one fiddle handle five o'clock spoon (5" L), monogrammed, with marks for S. Musgrove (Samuel Musgrove, working Nashville, 1853-1860). 23rd-24th items: One fiddle tipt tablespoon (8" L), and one fiddle handle teaspoon (5 5/8" L), monogrammed, with marks for E. Wiggers (Ernest Wiggers, working Nashville, circa 1866). 25th item: One fiddle tipt handle tablespoon (8 3/4" L), monogrammed, with marks for W.H. Calhoun. Nashville (William H. Calhoun, Nashville, Tennessee, working 1839-1865). 26th item: One fiddle handle teaspoon (6 3/4" L), monogrammed, with marks for J. Peabody (John Peabody, working Nashville, 1836-1850). 27th item: One fiddle tipt handle teaspoon (6 1/8" L), monogrammed, with marks for John Campbell (working Fayetteville, NC 1834-1836; Cheraw, SC, 1836; Nashville, 1836-c.1857). 28th item: One oval handle spoon, possibly a condiment spoon (5" L), monogrammed, marked "BEACH" within a serrated rectangle, possibly Andrew Beach (working Nashville, 1847-1857). 17.84 total oz troy. Tennessee, mid 19th/early 20th century. Provenance: The estate of Dr. Benjamin H. Caldwell, Nashville, Tennessee. CONDITION: Overall good condition. Minor dents to some spoon bowls. Bends to tines of Flowers forks.