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Ottoman silver coins designed as tea spoons



Ottoman silver coins designed as tea spoons set, including sugar tong and lemon fork, embroided with Turkish silver filigree, telkari, delicate and intricate ornamentation in fine twisted silver wire. The coins are dated 1327 in Islamic calendar corresponding to years 1909 or 1910 AD, and signed by Sultan Mehmed V Re┼čad.

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