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Item 1323
$250

Coin silver spoon, circa 1825, marked “J & W Catlin” for Joel Catlin and Willys Catlin who formed a partnership on the north side of Broad Street between McIntosh and Washington streets in Augusta, Georgia, according to George Barton Cutten in his book The Silversmiths of Georgia published in 1971 and reprinted in 1998.  The Catlin brothers ended their partnership in the late 1830’s or early 1840’s.  The Catlins advertised the sale of “an assortment of watches, spectacles, jewelry & c.” and therefore most likely did not make this sophisticated spoon with a shell on the back of the bowl.  The spoon bears a “C” monogram in a well-executed script which probably was executed in the Catlin shop.  

Length is 5⅞ inches and weight is 0.64301t oz.





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