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Tennessee silver butter knife, marked "W.H Calhoun" (William H. Calhoun, Nashville, Tennessee, working 1839-1865) and marked "W&H Patent 1864" for Wood and Hughes of New York. This mark is illustrated in Caldwell’s Tennessee Silversmiths book, page 50, figure 47d. This appears to be the last mark William Calhoun used before his death in 1865. Monogram on underside of handle, "Anna Green" ( Anna Greene Hunter was the daughter of A.L.P. Green (Alexander Little Page Green, 1806-1874, Methodist clergyman )). Consisting of a leaf scrolled handle terminating in a shell. Condition – very good condition with wear to the underside of scroll leaf at base of butter knife.7 5/8" length. 2nd item – Silver fish knife server, hallmarks on underside "W&H" (Wood and Hughes, New York, NY as well as additional hallmarks. Consisting of a shell handle and scrolled shaft. Elaborately engraved fish with a shell type design flanking both sides of the fish on the serving blade. Very good condition. 8 1/4" length. Heir of Glen Leven estate.