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Pair of Fine Philadelphia Coin Silver Tspns Ca. 1811-19 by John Black
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Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20160103-01   Sold

Pair of Fine Philadelphia Coin Silver Tspns Ca. 1811-19 by John Black
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Offered is a fine pair of early American coin silver tea spoons by little-known Philadelphia silversmith John Black, working circa 1811 to his untimely death in 1819. These spoons are graced with period script monograms and have clear maker's marks. They measure a little under six inches in length and weigh a total of 32 grams. Condition is very good, with little wear and no dents, splits or repairs. All in all a nice example of a hard-to-find mark!

RARE MUSTARD CASTER, Abner Reeder, Trenton, NJ (c. 1800)
Silver : Coin Silver : 18th and Early 19th Century

Hampton Galleries  
7382B   $1875.00

RARE MUSTARD CASTER, Abner Reeder, Trenton, NJ (c. 1800)
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Rare mustard caster made by Abner Reeder of Philadelphia and Trenton, New Jersey (c. 1800), 5 1/2" tall, hemispherical bowl on cast splayed molded foot, tight-fitting tall tapering cover, seamed with four engraved panels (two with diaper engraving centering simple holes and two with scroll piercing under snowflake-shaped design of simple holes capped with tear-shaped piercings), bell-shaped finial, marked twice underneath "A.R" (pellet raised) in rectangular punch on each side of center punch.

Rare Philadelphia Coin Silver Spoon by Philip Hartman, Ca. 1813-19
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Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20151115-03   $35.00

Rare Philadelphia Coin Silver Spoon by Philip Hartman, Ca. 1813-19
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Offered is a rare early American coin silver teaspoon bearing the mark of little-known Philadelphia goldsmith, silversmith and sword-maker Philip Hartman, working circa 1813-19. The mark on this spoon was used for Hollan's "Philadelphia Silversmiths" even though it is slightly rubbed, simply because pieces bearing Hartman's mark are so uncommon that no other piece could be found. This spoon measures about 5 5/8 inches in length and weighs about 12 grams. Condition is fair, with tip wear and... Click for details

Rare Philadelphia Teaspoon with Both of J. W. Gethen's Marks Ca. 1815
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Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20151016-05   $35.00

Rare Philadelphia Teaspoon with Both of J. W. Gethen's Marks Ca. 1815
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Offered is a very rare example (used in Catherine Hollan's "Philadelphia Silversmiths") of a spoon bearing both of John W. Gethen's known marks. By style, this spoon should date to the 1810-15 range given its square shoulders, but it could be a bit earlier or later. Although Gethen lived until 1846, he seems to have made little silver after about 1819, and may have turned to other types of manufacturing. Most if not all of his IWG-marked spoons are stylistically associated with the first two... Click for details

Rare Early Philadelphia Coin Silver Platter Spoon by Peter Gallard
Silver : Coin Silver : 18th and Early 19th Century

Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20151016-02   $125.00

Rare Early Philadelphia Coin Silver Platter Spoon by Peter Gallard
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Offered is a very rare early American coin silver platter spoon by Philadelphia silversmith Peter Gallard, working circa 1800-22. This piece measures 10 1/8 inches long, half an inch longer than any other Philadelphia coin silver tablespoon I've ever seen; typically a spoon this size would be considered a ragout spoon or platter spoon. This piece weighs about 52 grams and is engraved with a very well-executed period script monogram of "MVD"; there is also a good clear maker's mark (the mark on... Click for details

Early Philadelphia Coin Silver Sugar Tongs by Lewis & Smith, c.1805-11
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Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20151004-08   Sold

Early Philadelphia Coin Silver Sugar Tongs by Lewis & Smith, c.1805-11
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Offered is a good pair of early American coin silver sugar tongs by the celebrated Philadelphia partnership of Lewis & Smith. Harvey Lewis and Joseph D. Smith worked in partnership from about 1805 to 1811, and produced some of the most finely executed and beautifully engraved silver of their era. Many examples of their excellent holloware and flatware are extant in public collections. This piece measures about 6 1/2 inches in length, and the pair weigh 54 grams altogether. This pair of tongs... Click for details

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Very Rare Matched Pair of Gravy Ladles by Lewis & Smith Circa 1805-11
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Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20151004-07   $275.00

Very Rare Matched Pair of Gravy Ladles by Lewis & Smith Circa 1805-11
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Offered is a fine and rare pair of early American coin silver gravy or sauce ladles by the celebrated Philadelphia partnership of Lewis & Smith. Harvey Lewis and Joseph D. Smith worked in partnership from about 1805 to 1811, and produced some of the most finely executed and beautifully engraved silver of their era. Many examples of their excellent holloware and flatware are extant in public collections. This lovely and well-made pair of ladles measures about 7 1/4 inches in length on average,... Click for details

Lovely Decorated Philadelphia Coin Silver Sugar Tongs by Henry Erwin
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Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20151004-06   Sold

Lovely Decorated Philadelphia Coin Silver Sugar Tongs by Henry Erwin
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Offered is an exquisite example of the practice, virtually unique to Philadelphia, of foliate-engraved fiddle pattern American coin silver sugar tongs. This pair of tongs bears the maker's mark of Henry Erwin, working in Philadelphia from at least 1816 until his death in 1834. A fair amount of Erwin's work, including holloware, survives, and it is typically very fine indeed. These tongs feature well-executed engraving and a period script monogram. They are marked with Erwin's maker's mark on... Click for details

Set of Three Scarce Washington, PA Dessert Spoons by Jacob Schaffer
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Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20150823-05   $195.00

Set of Three Scarce Washington, PA Dessert Spoons by Jacob Schaffer
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Offered is a very scarce set of three early American coin silver dessert spoons by little-known Washington, Pennsylvania silversmith Jacob Schaffer (1756-1852). Mr. Schaffer's biographical information appears following a description of the spoons. These three spoons, like most of Schaffer's silver, are characterized by an eccentric style and unusual proportions. They measure about 6 5/8 inches in length, on average, and they weigh about 58 grams altogether. Although under 7 inches in length,... Click for details

Unusual Carlisle Coin Silver Birdback Teaspoon by George Hendel
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Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20150822-05   On Hold

Unusual Carlisle Coin Silver Birdback Teaspoon by George Hendel
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Offered is a quite unusual early American coin silver bird back teaspoon by Carlisle silversmith George Hendel. This piece is characterized by a transitional style, and probably falls into the 1805-10 date range. This piece measures about 5 15/16 inches in length and weighs about 14 grams. Condition on this birdback spoon is fair, with the bird about 80-90 percent gone but still a little visible (see picture), and the spoon with some bowl wear and dings, but with no splits or repairs. George... Click for details

Unusual Coin Silver Teaspoon by Joseph Shoemaker of Philadelphia
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Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20150822-01   $15.00

Unusual Coin Silver Teaspoon by Joseph Shoemaker of Philadelphia
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Offered is an unusual example of an early American coin silver spoon made in the workshop of Joseph Shoemaker but also struck with a large mark of a "T" - the mark could be a journeyman's, but is so large and placed in such a way as to undercut Shoemaker's maker's mark. As such it is unlikely the mark was on the spoon when it was first marked by Shoemaker. It is possible the spoon was resold by someone else, but the most likely explanation is that it was an inventory stamp within the family. ... Click for details

Rare Coin Silver Teaspoon by Charles & George Fletcher of Phila.
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Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20150816-03   $65.00

Rare Coin Silver Teaspoon by Charles & George Fletcher of Phila.
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Offered is a very rare example of the output of the partnership of Charles and George Fletcher of Philadelphia, brothers to the famous silversmith and proprietor Thomas Fletcher, whose firm Fletcher and Gardiner would set the standard for monumental silver for a time in Philadelphia. Charles and George united in partnership in July 1818, and dissolved their union by early 1824. Their run in business together appears to have been rather unsuccessful; aside from this teaspoon, I have observed... Click for details

Rare Set of Six Carlisle Coin Silver Spoons by Jacob Hendel
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Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20150719-13   On Hold

Rare Set of Six Carlisle Coin Silver Spoons by Jacob Hendel
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Offered is a very rare set of six early American coin silver teaspoons by noted Carlisle clockmaker and silversmith Jacob Hendel. Jacob Hendel (1772-1836) was one of three brothers who made and marked silver, the others being George and Bernard; he was also cousin and nephew to members of the Hall family of silversmiths. Jacob Hendel is primarily known as one of the foremost clockmakers of Carlisle, and a number of his clocks are extant. He was also very involved in community affairs. Jacob... Click for details

Fine Carlisle Coin Silver Teaspoon by Jacob Hendel, Ca. 1820-36
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Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20150719-12   Sold

Fine Carlisle Coin Silver Teaspoon by Jacob Hendel, Ca. 1820-36
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Offered is a rare early American coin silver teaspoon by noted Carlisle clockmaker and silversmith Jacob Hendel. Jacob Hendel (1772-1836) was one of three brothers who made and marked silver, the others being George and Bernard; he was also cousin and nephew to members of the Hall family of silversmiths. Jacob Hendel is primarily known as one of the foremost clockmakers of Carlisle, and a number of his clocks are extant. He was also very involved in community affairs. Jacob Hendel served as... Click for details

Important Dessert Spoon by John Beck of Warrior's Mark, PA Ca. 1824-30
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Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20150719-06   $145.00

Important Dessert Spoon by John Beck of Warrior's Mark, PA Ca. 1824-30
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Offered is an important find - an early American coin silver dessert spoon by John Beck, a silversmith working in Warrior's Mark, Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania around 1824-30. This information comes from Metzgar and Whisker's "Pennsylvania Clockmakers and Watchmakers Goldsmiths and Silversmiths - A Checklist". Metzgar and Whisker also cite a reference to an 1887 history of Clarion County, which notes that one John Beck was the first watchmaker there (perhaps the late 1830s to 1840s). I have... Click for details

Very Early Old English Pattern Coin Silver Teaspoon by Harvey Lewis
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Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20150719-04   $27.50

Very Early Old English Pattern Coin Silver Teaspoon by Harvey Lewis
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Offered is a fine early American coin silver teaspoon by noted Philadelphia silversmith Harvey Lewis. Mr. Lewis was born in 1783, apprenticed to Joseph Lownes in 1795, and was working independently by 1802. He worked from about 1805-11 with Joseph D. Smith, and then largely alone thereafter. He had a successful career throughout his life and died in 1835. This teaspoon should by style date to the earliest portion of Mr. Lewis' career, circa 1802-05, though it could of course have been made... Click for details

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