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Coin Silver Flatware inc. F.H. Clark, 17
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Coin Silver Flatware inc. F.H. Clark, 17 pcs Group of 17 pcs. coin silver flatware. Includes 5 table or serving spoons, fiddle swell handles, marked in...

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