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Item 1442
$3,000

Coin silver spoon, circa 1795, marked “TP” and “Paris” on the back, for Thomas Phillips.  The monogram of “M*J” is in block letters which was the normal lettering used in 18th century America.  Phillips is believed to have arrived in Paris, Kentucky by 1795 by Marquis Boultinghouse in his book Silversmiths of Kentucky, 1785-1900.  See page 216 for more information about Phillips.  

The spoon measures 5⅜ inches in length and is in excellent condition.





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