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8 Dessert spoons marked ALLCOCK&ALLEN,NY, c.1810
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Gebelein  
4985   $800.00


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Coffin end. Length 7-1/2". Weight each 1-1/8 troy ounces. The monogram is a lengthwise script RJSE. Overall and mark condition are excellent. Darling, NY State Silversmiths, says J.C.Moore made silver for them.

12 Dessert spoons by Isaac Hutton, Albany, circa 1790's
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Gebelein  
4984   $1,800.00


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Bright cut, rounded end, incised arch drop, tipt. Length 7". Weight 18 dwt. each. The monogram is a script MS. Overall and mark condition are excellent.

4 Teaspoons by John Myers, Phila, circa 1800
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Gebelein  
4976   $800.00


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Bright cut, birdback, oval end. Length 5-3/4". Weight 8-1/2 dwt each. Overall and mark condition are excellent. The birdback strikes range from excellent to very good.

11 Tablespoons by Curry&Preston, Phila, circa 1830
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Gebelein  
5010   $1,650.00


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Kings pattern, shell on heel of bowl as well as both sides of handle. Length 8-7/16". Weight almost 3 troy ounces each. The monogram is a lengthwise, modified Old English FMR. Overall condition is excellent (bowl tips near mint). Mark condition varies from excellent to good.

12 Tablespoons by Joseph Lownes, Phila, circa 1790's
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5005   $2,700.00


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Rounded end, tipt, drop. Length 9-3/8". Weight 2-1/3 ounces each. The crest (monogram) is a lion rampant (Hopkinson family). Overall and mark condition are excellent.

10 Tablespoons by Joseph Richardson,Jr.,Phila,c.1790's
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : 18th Century

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5001   $3,660.00


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Bright cut, tipt, drop. Length 9". Weight almost 2 troy ounces each. The monogeram is a script MG. Overall and mark condition are excellent.

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6 Tablespoons by C.Wiltberger, Philadelphia, circa 1800
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4993   $1,650.00


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Bright cut, oval end, faint midrib on back, drop. Length 9-1/4". Weight 2 troy ounces each. The monogram is a script JBR. Overall and mark condition are excellent.

4 Tablespoons by Joseph Lownes, Phila, circa 1815
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4990   $300.00


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Downturned fiddle, tpt on back, drop. Marked PHILADELPHIA in a circle and a device twice as well as J(pellet)Lownes; all marks sre in cartouches. Length 9". Weight 2.4 troy ounces each. The monogram is a script HP/1825. Overall and mark condition are excellent.

8 Dinner forks marked W.V.Brady, NY, circa 1840's
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5004   $600.00


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Fiddle thread. Also marked with 3 pseudohallmarks (his?). Length 8-1/2". Weight 3.06 troy ounces each. The monogeram is a lengthwise script AHW. Overall and mark condition are excellent.

5 Dinner forks by Curry&Preston, Phila, circa 1830
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5009   $360.00


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Kings pattern. Shell on heel as well as both sides of handle. Length 8". Weight 2.78 troy ounces each. The monogram is FMR lengthwise (Old English?)on the back of the forks. Overall and mark condition are excellent.

Sugar tongs by J&I.Cox, NY, circa 1840
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5012   $95.00


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Fiddle thread, shell grips. Length 6-1/4". Weight 2 troy ounces. The script monogram at the bow is AMS. Overall and mark condition are excellent.

Sugar tongs by E.Lownes, Phila, circa 1830
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4983   $150.00


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Fiddle thread. Length 6-3/4". Weight 2.9 troy ounces. The script monogram on the bow is JLS. Overall and mark condition are excellent.

Sugar tongs by J.Sayre, NY, circa 1800
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4973   $195.00


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Bright cut. Name mark on one arm, bird facing to viewer's left on the other. Length 6". Weight 1 troy ounce. The monogram on the bow is a script JMC. Overall and mark condition are excellent.

Gravy ladle by Charles Babbitt;Taunton,MA, circa 1810
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Gebelein  
4986   $175.00


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Coffin end. Length 7-1/4" Weight 1 troy ounce. The monogram is a script DTP. Overall and mark condition are excellent.

6 TABLESPOONS, Daniel Van Voorhis, Princeton, NJ/NYC
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Hampton Galleries  
7135D   $675.00


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Rare set of six tablespoons by Daniel Van Voorhis, Princeton, New Jersey and New York City (c.1780-1800), 8-3/4" long, full bowls, broad drop, downturned oval end handle, script monogram "WEH" on front, marked "D.V.VOORHIS" in rectangular punch with eagle in diamond punch (mark (a) in Belden).

PAIR TWIST HANDLE TEASPOONS, Bingham & Co.-Indianapolis
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Hampton Galleries  
6892B   $65.00


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Beautiful pair of twist handle teaspoons retailed by Bingham & Co., Indianapolis, Indiana and probably made by Duhme & Co. (c. 1860), 5-3/8" and 5-1/2", full French tipt bowls, twist handles with roulettework bright cut design around throat and perimeter of handle, additional bright cut at top and bottom of handle, Old English monogram "MLD" on front, marked "BINGHAM & CO" incuse.

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