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FOUR FREEMAN WOODS COIN SILVER SPOONS marked Woods and with bright cut decoration. Monogrammed. l: 9 in., 6.29 ozt. Freeman Woods (1765-1834) moved... [this item is NOT for sale]


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  • FOUR FREEMAN WOODS COIN SILVER SPOONS marked
    Woods and with bright cut decoration. Monogrammed. l: 9 in., 6.29 ozt. Freeman Woods (1765-1834) moved from New York City to New Bern, North Carolina in 1794 - Provenance: ... [more like this]
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  • ASSEMBLED STERLING FLATWARE SET: An assembled
    collection of sterling flatware to include Crosby & Foss 6 forks (7 1/2'') 8 teaspoons (6''). Gorham 6 tablespoons (8 1/2'') cream ladle (5 5/8''). 12 Durgin salad forks (6 ... [more like this]
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