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TWO SILVER SOUP LADLES
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TWO SILVER SOUP LADLES

THE FIRST MARK OF WILLIAM F. LADD, NEW YORK, CIRCA 1830, THE SECOND JOHN BURT LYNG, NEW YORK, CIRCA 1780

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TWO SILVER SOUP LADLES
THE FIRST MARK OF WILLIAM F. LADD, NEW YORK, CIRCA 1830, THE SECOND JOHN BURT LYNG, NEW YORK, CIRCA 1780
The first fiddle pattern, the stem engraved SL, the second with feather edge border, the stem engraved D over W S, the bowl despouted, each marked on reverse
The first 13¼ in. long, the second 13½ in. long; 12 oz. 10 dwt. (2)
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