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Charleston coin silver flatware: Ewan, Carrington,
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Charleston coin silver flatware: Ewan, Carrington, Spear, Hayden, Whilden spoons and forks; with six coin hollow handle knives, 25.55 oz. T. excluding... [this item is NOT for sale]


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  • Charleston coin silver mug, paneled sides,
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  • Set Charleston coin silver spoons: shaped
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  • Charleston coin silver sugar spoon, shaped
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  • Charleston coin silver tray, round with guilloche
    border, floor with engraved floral wreath, three scroll and floral feet, marks for W. Carrington & Co. (Charleston, South Carolina, working 1830-1901), partial mark and ... [more like this]
  • Charleston coin silver pitcher, pear shape,
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  • Charleston silver forks Carrington South
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