Thirty-nine Pieces of American Silver Flatware, late 19th/early 20th century, thirteen coin silver: eleven Wood & Hughes "Medallion" coffee spoons, a cheese scoop with bright-cut accents and a dated engraving, and James Watts monogrammed fish serving fork; twenty-six sterling: nine pieces of International "Frontenac": eight spreaders and an oyster fork, seven pieces by Krider & Biddle, each monogrammed: a serving spoon and six teaspoons, five Frank Whiting: three "Lily" including a hollow ice cream slice and two oyster forks, a "Dolphin/Cattails" fish slice, and a nut pick, two Tiffany: "Wave Edge" berry spoon and an "English King" ladle, a Reed & Barton "Francis I" serving fork, a Whiting "Indian" macaroni server, and a Gorham "Royal Oak" monogrammed serving spoon, approx. 53.3 troy oz. total.
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