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Southern Coin Silver Spoons Georgia, 19th
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Southern Coin Silver Spoons Georgia, 19th century, three E. J. Johnston serving spoons (Macon); C. G. St. John teaspoon (Macon); E. R. Lawshe teaspoons... [this item is NOT for sale]


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  • Southern Coin Silver Spoons Georgia, 19th
    century, three E. J. Johnston serving spoons (Macon); C. G. St. John teaspoon (Macon); E. R. Lawshe teaspoons (Atlanta); four G. Sharp dessert spoons (Atlanta); six T. W. ... [more like this]
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  • Southern Coin Silver Flatware Georgia, 19th
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  • Southern Coin Silver Flatware Georgia, mid
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  • Southern coin silver spoons Frederick Marquand
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  • 18 Pcs Southern Coin Silver Flatware, Brahe
    Frederick Augustus Brahe (Georgia(Augusta), circa 1845. Collection of 18 pieces of Georgia fiddle thread coin silver comprising five forks (7.5"), six spoons (8") and seven ... [more like this]
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  • Southern Coin Silver Flatware American, 19th
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  • Southern Coin Silver Flatware Savannah, Georgia,
    19th century, four N. Butler teaspoons; H. P. Horton ladle and serving spoon; D. B. Nichols teaspoon, fork; Eastman dessert spoon and two forks; Griffen fork, spoons; J. Pearson ... [more like this]
  • Southern Coin Silver Georgia, early 19th
    century, all with marks for Daniel B. Hempsted (Eatonton, Georgia, circa 1821): two salt spoons, oval handles with beaded border, gilt bowls, no monograms, 3-3/4 in., good ... [more like this]
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    for C. H. Zimmerman & Co. (New Orleans, Louisiana, working 1866-1871), one child's mug, beaded border, shield and flower decoration, monogram, 2-3/4 x 3-1/4 x 2-1/4 in., [base ... [more like this]
  • Southern coin silver serving spoon by DB
    Nichols Savannah, Georgia, circa 1815 Kings pattern and pattern-back design, marked: DB Nichols (David B. Nichols). L8 3/4", and 1.8oz Wear to bowl from use; otherwise ... [more like this]
  • Southern Coin Silver Flatware Charleston,
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