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1st through 6th item: Six teaspoons with fiddle tipt handles, marked on back for Whiting Sterling, with retailer marks C. P. Barnes & Bro. (Chauncey P. Barnes and his brother Joseph, working Louisville, KY circa 1870-1880), monogrammed AG to JF. 5-3/8"L. 7th item: Coin or early sterling teaspoon with double swell fiddle handle and retailer's mark for McLure & Valenti (James McLure and Philip Valenti, working Bowling Green, KY circa 1870). Monogram JGF. 6"L. Total combined weight 3.29 oz troy. Condition: Slight waviness and dents to McClure & Valenti spoon but overall good condition, others in excellent condition.