Eleven Pieces of British and Continental Silver Flatware, six British sterling silver, all with engraved inscriptions, armorials, or monograms: two Dublin, a pair of tongs, 1837-38, Peter Walsh, and a place spoon, 1787-88, Michael Keating; the rest London, an Apostle spoon with Paris import marks, 1890, Francis Higgins III, a fish slice, 1864-65, Chawner & Co., a Celtic revival gold-washed coronation spoon, 1952-53, Saunders, Shepherd & Co. Ltd., and a fish slice, 1835-36, William Eaton; two Danish: a .830 silver pierced serving spoon with an engraved monogram and an engraved and gold-washed bowl, maker's mark "ATD," and a Georg Jensen sterling silver pattern number 38 cake server; two French .950 silver dinner forks with rubbed maker's marks and engraved monogram; and a Norwegian .830 silver serving spoon, Brødrene Lohne; approx. 40.0 troy oz. total.
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