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Group of coin silver, sterling and silverplated items, including Kentucky and Ohio coin silver. Coin silver includes: 1 julep cup with incuse mark D. KINSEY (David Kinsey, Cincinnati, OH, ca. 1861-1871), 3 1/3" H; 1 julep cup with incuse mark DUHME & CO (Cincinnati, 1842-1888), monogram "Barbara," 3 1/2" H; 1 soup or punch ladle with fiddle handle marked SCOVIL, WILLEY & CO. in rectangle with CINCINNATI in banner (circa mid 19th c.), monogram "EVH to JAC," 12 1/4" L; 1 soup/punch ladle with fiddle tipt handle, monogram M.B., 12" L; 1 soup/punch ladle with fiddle tipt handle with incuse mark KITTS & WERNE (John Kitts and Joseph Werne, Louisville, KY, working 1864-1878), monogrammed RMC, 13" L; 1 tablespoon with fiddle swell handle marked DAVID KINSEY in rectangle (working Cincinnati, 1840-1871), monogram P, 8" L; 1 butter knife with fiddle tipt handle marked KITTS in rectangle flanked by ovals, (Louisville, KY, c. 1843-44), 7 1/4" L; 1 sauce ladle with fiddle handle marked with pseudo hallmarks and incuse D & F (possibly Peter Daumont and William Feltman, Cincinnati, c. 1840), monogrammed AF, 7" L; 1 condiment ladle with fiddle handle, marked WM SMITH in rectangle (New York City, c. 1817-1840), monogrammed "Carson" in script, 5 1/4" L; 1 pair coin silver sugar tongs with shell ends, marked H. HARRIS in rectangle (Troy, NY, mid 19th century), monogrammed E. Lockwood, 5 7/8" L; and 1 teaspoon with fiddle tipt swell handle marked DUHME & CO in cartouche, monogram P, 5 1/4" L. Also includes 3 Towle sterling teaspoons in a fiddle tipt pattern, no monograms, 5 1/2" L; and 1 silverplated round dish with reticulated edge, 9 1/2" diameter. Combined weight coin silver: 27.4 oz troy. Combined sterling: 1.8 oz troy. Provenance: The estate of Dr. Sara Parks Pendleton, Owensboro, KY. CONDITION: Julep cups: scattered small dents and scratches. Ladles: a couple of very minor small dents to bowls. Sauce ladle and Kinsey tablespoon: several noticeable dents to bowls. Silverplated dish: some deep scratches and some edge wear showing base metal below. All other items very good to excellent condition.