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Sterling Silver "French Thread" Fish Slice,
© St. CHARLES AUCTIONS, New Orleans, Louuisiana, LA, USA

Sterling Silver "French Thread" Fish Slice, by Edward A. Tyler, New Orleans (active 1838-1879), the blade attractively engraved with Southern aquatic...

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