1st item: German .800 silver teapot, Rococo style spiral fluted design with hinged dome lid and flat base, gooseneck handle, marked WTB .800, 5"H. 10.31 oz troy. 2nd item: Pair Gorham mid century modern style weighted candlesticks, with flared round bases, 2"H. 3rd item: Round wine coaster with star-etched crystal center and reticulated silver border, marked Frank M. Whiting and Co. Sterling, 6 1/2" diam. 4th through 8th item: Watson Sterling salt cellars, 4 square and one round, 1 1/2" diam and sq. 9th through 20th items: 18 sterling salt spoons, all about 2 1/8"L. (2.52 oz troy, cellars plus spoons) 21st item: Travel brush in cylindrical silver metal case, not marked. 2 1/2"L. End possibly missing. 22nd through 26th items: 5 pieces silverplated flatware: Butter knife, 2 sugar spoons and 1 dessert fork and small knife. 27th item: Horn snuff mull, bell metal mounted, the hinged lid inset with a recangular crystal insert, 3"L. No monograms. 28th and 29th items: Horn or antler handled carving knife and fork, with ferrules and ends marked sterling and steel blades marked for J. Russell & Co., Green River Works, 1834. Ends monogrammed L or T. 12" and 16"L. All items late 19th to early 20th century. Lot also includes 4 Pieces Confederate Paper Currency, all dated 1864. Includes $20 bill with vignette of state capital, #52559 (1/16" tear at top, light staining at right); two $10 bills #77802 (couple spots foxing) and #59020 (1/2" tear, overall discoloration); and one $5 bill, #2879. Provenance: Estate of Peter Fyfe, Nashville, Tennessee. CONDITION: 1st grouping: Teapot: some dents to handle, lid does not fully close. End possibly missing on travel brush. Other items generally good condition with minor wear and scratching. 2nd grouping: All with light fading and some edge folding; additional condition issues are listed above.
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