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  • Two Coin Silver Spoons - circa 1802-1803
  • Item 1208
  • $1,500

Two coin silver spoons marked “MACAULY.”  Kovels’ shows no “Macauly” but he does show George James Macauley of Charleston, S.C.  In South Carolina Silversmiths 1690-1860 George James Macauley is said to have apprenticed to John Bering, advertised in Charleston in 1802 as a goldsmith and jeweler.  However, he disappears from the city in 1803.  “MS” monogrammed in block lettering, spoons are 5-1/4 inches in length.  One bowl is badly damaged.












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