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Lot 30
A GROUP OF CONTINENTAL, ENGLISH, AMERICAN, AND MEXICAN SILVER FLATWARE PIECES
by various makers, late 19th-20th centuries
1 February 2023, 10:00 PST
Los Angeles

US$1,200 - US$1,800

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A GROUP OF CONTINENTAL, ENGLISH, AMERICAN, AND MEXICAN SILVER FLATWARE PIECES

by various makers, late 19th-20th centuries
Danish 830 standard silver pieces comprising six Johannes Siggaard fish fork and knife sets also marked for Peter Hertz and a W & S Soerensen jelly server, Norwegian 830 standard silver pieces comprising five David Anderson fish forks and two fish knives, and a standard silver chassed and etched serving spoon, American sterling silver pieces comprising a Reed & Barton creamer and sugar set, 1948, a set of twelve Watson Company chassed teaspoons, a tablespoon, a cake knife, and a large ladle by Gorham, a Tuttle tablespoon, an Alvin Mfg. Co. sugar spoon, an International Silver Co. cream ladle, and two Stieff demitasse spoons, Mexican sterling silver pieces comprising an ice cream server, a Maciel crumb scraper, and a scoop, and an English silver demitasse spoon by Viner's Ltd., Sheffield, 1928, together with six silver-plated forks and three knives by Mappin & Webb; total weighable silver approximately 67oz troy (56).

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