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Silver Teaspoons from the Geddy House

Silver teaspoons lost in the 1770s and found in a sand-filled hollow between the well and the kitchen. The two specimens on the left are stamped I-G and can reasonably be claimed to be the work of James Geddy, Jr. The third spoon is unmarked. The fourth is stamped B-H and bears the owner's engraved initials RS, but neither the maker nor the owner has been identified.


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