Design on front and back of handle and heel of bowl. Length 8-7/8". Weight 1-2/3 troy ounces. The monogram is a script EJH on the back of the handle. Mark and overall condition are excellent (bowl tip mint).
Oval end, bright cut. Denison is listed in Darling's New York State Silversmiths as working about 1790. Length 9-3/8". Weight 1-3/4 troy ounces. The monogram is a script MD in a reserve. Mark condition is excellent. Overall condition is very good (a little tip wear).
Upturned handle, shell on heel, tipt on top, drop. Marked Austin in a rectangle. Length 4-5/8". The monogram is E+B on the back of the handle. Madrk condition excellent. Overall condition very good (slight tip wear, handle needs regulating).
Incised arch drop. Length 5-3/8". Geer Terry lived from 1775-1858. He worked in Worcester,MA until 1814, then in Enfield, CT. The monogram is a script TL. Overall condition of these spoons is near mint. Mark condition is excellent.
Oval-end handles, c1795 -- brightcutting and roulette work entire length of handle, block mono in I C in cartouche on front; 9" in length. Birds are a tad worn but spoons are in great shape, brightcutting still crisp, marks (M&R) as clear as the day they were struck.