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  • Kentucky King's Pattern Forks by A. G. Medley - circa 1845
  • Item 1051
  • $2,200

Eleven KENTUCKY KING’S PATTERN COIN SILVER FORKS, circa 1845, marked on back “A G Medley Louisville.”  7⅛ inches in length and on the front of each fork the initial “J” is inscribed.  Condition of each fork is very good.  Marquis Boultinghouse in his book on Kentucky silver states that Medley first advertised in the Louisville Directory of 1843 as a jeweler and his name does not appear in the Directory after 1848.  These are the most impressive looking set of Southern forks I have ever seen.  The shells are stunning.  I have a set of R&W Wilson forks that are very similar but the Medley forks are heavier and broader in the handles. 










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