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A GROUP OF FIFTEEN VARIOUS STERLING SILVER SPOONS, 19TH/20TH CENTURIES,

comprising three Danish blue guilloché enameled salt spoons, stamped "ELa DENMARK STERLING 925S," for silversmith Egon Lauridsen (Copenhagen 1936-1966), length: 2 3/8"; six English Victorian fiddle back soup spoons, verso each stamped with tiny lozenge mark, above stacked hallmarks for silversmith's "SH / DC," Samuel Hayne and Dudley Cater, sterling, London, date letter for 1844, and Queen Victoria's profile bust, length: 7"; three J.E. Caldwell & Co retailed Régence style teaspoons, marked "STERLING," before rectangle circle lozenge mark (possibly Dominick & Haff) followed by "R," then stamped "J.E. CALDWELL & CO," length: 6"; three Alvin bouillon spoons, marked "STERLING  ALVIN," length: 5", total approximate weight: 14.910 troy oz. 

Condition:

The three Danish salt spoons have normal tarnish, one has a small enamel crack on the neck, one has enamel surface degradation. The remaining spoons have expected light wear and tarnish but otherwise are in good antique/vintage condition.

Estimate: $250 - $450
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