A beautiful master salt spoon stamped "COIN" made circa 1870. 4 1/8 inches, 0.26 troy ounce
Coin silver is a term used to describe silverware used by silversmiths prior to the industrial age in the United Sates from the colonial era through the end of the Civil War. The metal is approximately 90% pure silver. The metal's name was derived from the process of melting down coinage of high silver content, as well as silver items no longer in fashion at the time, in order to make tableware.
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