Item: Three Fiddle Pattern Antique Coin Silver SpoonsMaker/Designer: Lincoln & Foss; Palmer & Bachelders; SanbornOrigin: USADate/Period: Mid-19th CSilver Purity: Coin Silver .900Size: 3 1/2 to 7 1/4 InchesItem Weight: 42.6 gramsHallmarks: Lincoln & Foss; Palmer & Bachelders; SanbornCondition: All are in excellent condition. The teaspoon has a tiny dent in the bowl. Otherwise, no other dends, no wrinkles, bends, or other issues.
This lot consists of three early American, "Fiddle" pattern, coin silver spoons. All are from the early to mid-19th century. The largest, a table spoon by Lincoln and Foss of Boston, is 7 1/4 inches long, and is engraved on the back with the initials "RAP." The second, a teaspoon by Palmer & Bachelders of Boston5 1/2 inches long, and is engraved on the front with the initials "EAL." The third piece is a master salt spoon, 3 1/2 inches long, by Sanborn of nearby Lowell, and with no engraving.
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