Kentucky coin silver mug marked for A.G. Medley, working Louisville, 1843-1848, and seventeen (17) pieces flatware marked for John C. Marshall, working Louisville 1836-1858+, eighteen (18) pieces total. 1st item: Octagonal cup with c-scroll handle and is monogrammed George Brown Lapping, with incuse stamp A.G. MEDLEY LOUISVILLE to underside. Undated, circa 1845. 3 1/2" H (including handle). 2nd-18th items: Seventeen (17) pieces Marshall flatware, including 10 dessert spoons, all monogrammed C or CS; 4 teaspoons with assorted monograms; 2 tablespoons; and 1 salt spoon with shell bowl, also with assorted monograms. Tablespoons, salt spoon and 2 teaspoons are stamped J.C. MARSHALL in rectangles on backs (1 of the 2 teaspoons has additional pseudo hallmarks). The remaining 2 teaspoons have incuse stamps MARSHELL LOUISVILLE with star and/or flower marks. Dessert spoons all have incuse stamps MARSHELL LOUISVILLE with pseudo hallmarks. Ranging in size from 4" to 9" L. Combined weight 18.71 troy ounces.
The Estate of Cora Jane Spiller, Bowling Green, Kentucky.
1st item: 1/2" dent to side and a few deep scratches. 2nd-17th item: Flatware with various monograms and some wear to tips of some bowls, along with surface wear and scratching. 3 dessert spoons exhibit subtle repairs.