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Coin Silver Teaspoons
4/12/2014 - Americana: Live Salesroom Auction
American, 1800-1860. An assembled group of 30 teaspoons and one tablespoon, by various American silversmiths such as; E & D. Kinsey, Cincinnati, OH), William McGrew (Cincinnati,OH), W.H. Kimberly (St. Louis, MO), E.E. & S.C. Bailey (Portland, ME),Clemens Oskamp (Cincinnati, OH), H. Safford (Zanesville, OH),and many others; largest lg. 7 in., all others between 5.75 in. - 6 in., total silver wt. 15 ozt (495g).
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