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Five George III Sterling Silver Serving Spoons and Ladles

including:
a Brandy Ladle, hallmarked London, 1762-1763, by John Muns, the bowl with everted side spout, the turned handle a later replacement, monogrammed "G/SS", l. 12-3/4";
a Pair of "Old English" Tablespoons, hallmarked London, 1780-1781, by William Sumner & Richard Crossley, l. 8-1/4"; and
a Pair of "Old English" Sauce Ladles, hallmarked London, 1792-1793, by Peter and Anne Bateman, monogrammed "JMP", l. 6-3/4".

8.46 total t. oz. (including wooden handle)

Provenance: Collection of Mark M. Johnson, Montgomery, Alabama.

Estimate $125-250

**In generally good condition. Scattered minor scuffs, dings and pinpoints, with some surface wear, all commensurate with age and use. Very minor wear to the tablespoon bowl tips. All pieces fully hallmarked; those on the tablespoon are "pinched" but legible.

Sold for $156
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