According to Amy Dehan's book on Cincinnati silver the mark used on this set of spoons indicates that they are early production pieces dating from the 1860's. The spoons feature twist handles with very intricate and delicate engraving typical of their early flatware patterns. The spoons are a substantial 6 1/8" long and in excellent condition with no dings, dents, or bends. They all have the same fancy H&WA monogram. They are simply marked DUHME and presumed to be coin silver. The price is for the set of 6. We are offering free shipping on this item. We have been in business for 30 years. Your satisfaction is guaranteed. We have other Cincinnati silver in our shop right now including the Lily pattern. Please email us with any questions.