SOLD! for $608.00.
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Thirty-three (33) pieces Louisville, Kentucky coin silver flatware, marks for James I. and James K. Lemon, Harris & Lemon, and Lemon & Kendrick. Includes 8 tablespoons, 1 dessert spoon, and 11 teaspoons, all with varying incuse marks for James Innes Lemon (1841-1858) and James I Lemon & Co. (1859-1865); 4 tablespoons and 4 teaspoons marked incuse for James K. Lemon, working 1877-1888; 1 teaspoon marked HARRIS & LEMON in banner for John C. Harris and James I. Lemon, working in partnership 1830-1831; and 1 tablespoon and 3 teaspoons marked LEMON & KENDRICK for James I Lemon and William Kendrick, working 1831-1841. Combined weight: 29.1 troy ounces.
PROVENANCE: The Estate of Cora Jane Spiller, Bowling Green, Kentucky.
CONDITION: 1 teaspoon and the Lemon & Kendrick tablespoon both have repaired tear to bowls and wear to end of bowls. Several other spoons exhibit dents and wear to tips of bowls and some wear to marks. Most pieces monogrammed.