VIRGINIA COIN SILVER SPOONS, LOT OF SIX, comprising a serving spoon and a teaspoon, each with a tipped forward fiddle handle, the first marked "Wm. W. ADAM," and the second "W. W. ADAM," each for William Wallace Adam (1817-1877), the teaspoon also marked with eagle in circle over diamond with "AC" over head in circle, for Albert Coles, retailer; a teaspoon with tipped forward fiddle handle marked "J. ADAM / ALEXA," for John Adam (1775-1848), and "10-15"; a teaspoon with tipped back fiddle handle marked "W. A. WILLIAM" for William Alexander Williams (1787-1846); a teaspoon with pointed tip marked "J. WILLIAMS" for John Williams (active 1793-1819); and a teaspoon with rounded tip marked "A. LYNN" for Adam Lynn (1775-1835). Each with monogram. Total weight: 3.7 ozt. Most first half 19th century. 5 1/4" to 8 5/16" L. Literature: Hollan - Virginia Silversmiths, p. 8, mark i-1, p. 14, mark b and mark c-1, p. 488, mark b, p. 815, mark a, and p. 819, mark b. Provenance: From an Alexandria, VA private collection.