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Hello i have a set from C E Woodworth I was wondering if you could tell me anything about it Thank you


I'm familiar with the mark, "E. Woodworth". Is it possible your set has that mark?

If so, the set probably was made in the first half of the 19th century in Springfield, MA, and probably is made of coin silver. I cannot estimate its value but it could have a high historical value.

If the mark is not this, could you send a picture of the front of a fork or teaspoon and a picture of the marks on the back?


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