15 pieces Kentucky coin silver flatware marked for Alexander Frazer (working Paris, 1799-1800 and Lexington, 1800-1810), Robert Frazer Sr. (working Paris, prior to 1799 and Lexington, 1799-1851), and Robert Frazer Jr. (working Lexington, 1800-1860+). Includes 1 salt shovel marked A FRAZER in rectangle; 2 coffin end teaspoons marked FRAZER in rectangles (marks are worn); 2 forks with shell pattern to handles and backs and 1 fiddle teaspoon marked R FRAZER in serrated rectangles; 1 sugar shell with incuse mark R.L. FRAZER PURE COIN ; and 1 gravy ladle and 7 teaspoons marked R FRAZER JR. in rectangles (teaspoons also have bust and lion pseudohallmarks). Ranging in size from 3 3/4" to 9 3/8" L. Combined weight: 15.07 oz troy.
The Estate of Cora Jane Spiller, Bowling Green, Kentucky.
Tablespoons have wear to tips of bowls and to marks. Salt shovel has worn ends but good distinct mark. R. Frazer teaspoon has spot of corrosion at end of handle. 1 Frazer Jr. teaspoon with small tear and several dents to bowl; other teaspoons and ladle with some wear (including to some marks) and minor dents. Most pieces monogrammed.