Early Boston coin silver table spoon with shell back and oval tipped handle, impressed "D PARKER" in a rectangle lozenge for Daniel Parker (Charlestown, MA 1726-1785, worked as a metalsmith including silver and gold in Boston, predominantly from 1749-1775). Reverse of handle monogrammed "IFS". 8 1/2" L, 2.13 oz troy. Circa 1770.
Very good condition with minimal tip wear, minor scratching and tiny dents to bowl, no repairs.
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Bank: Pinnacle Bank
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4310 Papermill Drive
Knoxville, TN 37909
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