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AN AMERICAN SILVER FLATWARE SERVICE
MARK OF REED & BARTON, TAUTON, 20TH CENTURY
In the 'Francis I' pattern, comprising:
Fourteen dinner forks
Twenty-two lunch forks
Thirty-three salad forks
Thirty-three teaspoons
Nine soup spoons
Thirteen dinner knives, with steel blades
Twenty-three lunch knives, with steel blades
Ten butter knives, with steel blades
Two butter knives
Five large tablespoons
A pastry server, with steel blade
and together with a Reed & Barton silver salad serving fork and spoon in the 'Marlborough' pattern; three International Silver Co. silver tablespoons in the 'Frontenac' pattern; six Alvin Co. silver tablespoons in the 'Orange Blossom' pattern; and twelve Wallace silver fish knives in the 'Sir Christopher' pattern
206 oz. approximate weighable silver

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