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Gorham BUST punch ladle
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Bruce Cherner Antique Silver  
1637   $1,650.00

Gorham BUST punch ladle
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length 13 1/2 inches, weight 5 oz Troy, no monogram. Concerning condition, the handle is ever so slightly off vertical and there are some very minor dents in bowl (please see fourth photo). Both of these issues are difficult for my eye to detect, so I do not feel that they need to be addressed. The bust looks pretty much the way it did when this item left the factory in Providence some hundred forty odd years ago. Last but not least, feel free to use Google Product Search© and compare... Click for details

Basket of Flowers Tblspn, N Harding, Boston, (1830-60)
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Hampton Galleries  
6999G   $110.00

Basket of Flowers Tblspn, N Harding, Boston, (1830-60)
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Coin silver tablespoon, N. Harding & Co., Boston Massachusetts (c.1830-1860), 9" long, full bowl, broad drop, chamfered shoulders, downturned fiddle handle with crisp Basket of Flowers impressed at the top, marked "N.HARDING & CO" incuse.

Tablespn by Hall,Hewson;retailed by Trott&Son,c. 1830's
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Gebelein  
4545   $60.00

Tablespn by Hall,Hewson;retailed by Trott&Son,c. 1830's
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Also marked with 3 pseudohallmarks (eagle, D, and head facing right). Downturned handle,fiddle, rounded fins, drop, tipt on back. Length 8-5/8". Weight 1-1/2 troy ounces. The monogram is a sprigged script MAN for the Newbold family. Overall and mark condition are excellent. See McGrew p. 23 for attribution.

Pr teaspoons by T.J. Shepard, Georgetown, KY, c1840
Silver : Coin Silver : Southern

North Hill Antiques  
659   $150.00

Pr teaspoons by T.J. Shepard, Georgetown, KY, c1840
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Description: pinched-waist fiddle handles, pointed shoulders, feathered script mono M W on front; 6: long. Slight tipwear, otherwise fine.

early Canadian silver FIDDLE mustard ladle,
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Bruce Cherner Antique Silver  
1629   $110.00

early Canadian silver FIDDLE mustard ladle,
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maker Robert Osborne; Hamilton, Ontario circa 1855, length 5 1/8 inches, the monogram is just a tad worn but fine overall condition, please see third photo for close up of marks.

FIDDLE SHELL Dessert Spoons (18), B. Gardiner 1814-38
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware

Hampton Galleries  
7049D   $895.00

FIDDLE SHELL Dessert Spoons (18), B. Gardiner 1814-38
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Coin Silver Serving Spoons, L. Veron, Philadelphia
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Early Patterns

Everything Silver  
EB0199-101   $250.00

Coin Silver Serving Spoons, L. Veron, Philadelphia
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2 heavy coin silver serving spoons about 8 1/2 inches long in a modified Kings pattern with scallop shell concave on front and convex on reverse of handle, shell drop. L. Veron & co, Philadelphia, ca. 1828-1841. One is in very good condition, the other has a bowl with a slight deformity and the handle has been slightly bent. Marked "L.VERON. & Co." in rectangle. Engraved "R" in script on the front of the handle. The engraving is faint on the best one and barely visible on the lesser one.

Coin Silver Fork, E. A. Tyler, New Orleans
Silver : Coin Silver : Southern

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SS0202-520   $100.00

Coin Silver Fork, E. A. Tyler, New Orleans
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Coin silver dessert fork in the fiddle thread pattern, 6 3/4 inches long. Tines worn. Engrave "FJK" on reverse in copperplate script. Marked "E.A.TYLER.NEW ORLEANS" in rectangle. Tyler was in business in New Orleans, Louisiana from 1838 to 1879. This fork is probably from the 1845 to 1861 period.

S. Wilmot teaspoon, Charleston or Savannah
Silver : Coin Silver : Southern

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BB0502-2   $100.00

S. Wilmot teaspoon, Charleston or Savannah
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Coin silver teaspoon marked "S WILMOT" in rectangle. Fiddle thread pattern. This is either the mark of Samuel Wilmot of New Haven, CT, Georgetown, SC (1824-37) and Charleston, SC (1838-41) or of Samuel Wimot of Savannah, GA c. 1850-56. It could be either. It looks very mcuh like the mark attributed by Belden to the Charleston Wilmot. Probably made in NYC and sold in SC or GA. Most fiddle thread of this period was made in NYC and then sent throughout the country. S. Wilmot of Ga. may have... Click for details

Coin Silver Serving Spoon, J. Adam, Alexandria, VA
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Fiddle-Handled

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BB0601-03   Sold

Coin Silver Serving Spoon, J. Adam, Alexandria, VA
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Coin silver serving spoon by John Adam of Alexandria, Virginia, ca. 1801-1846. Fiddle handle is ribbed on reverse. Engraved "GSH" in copperplate script. Marked "I [bullet] ADAM." in rectangle. Broad drop. Handle appears to have been slightly bent where fiddle meets stem, but you have to look closely to see this minor defect. Only the slightest bowl wear on the left. In very good condition.

Pair dessert spoons by R.H.L.Villard, Washington, DC
Silver : Coin Silver : Southern

North Hill Antiques  
679   $150.00

Pair dessert spoons by R.H.L.Villard, Washington, DC
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Downturned fiddle handles, c1835 - pointed shoulders, drop on bowl back, feathered script C A L on front; 7-1/4" in length. Excellent condition on both.

Set of 3 teaspoons by R.H.L.Villard, Washington, DC
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North Hill Antiques  
658   $145.00

Set of 3 teaspoons by R.H.L.Villard, Washington, DC
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Narrow downturned handles, c1835 -- pointed shoulders, drop on bowl back, never engraved; 5-3/4" long. Stress crack at handle join on one, others are fine.

Coffin-end teaspoon by Jacob Sargeant, Hartford
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Coffin-End

North Hill Antiques  
277   $100.00

Coffin-end teaspoon by Jacob Sargeant, Hartford
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Classic coffin-end, c1800, straight tapering line from handle end to bowl - incised pointed arch drop, reverse rib, block mono H R on front; 5-3/8" long. Excellent condition throughout.

Coin silver teaspoon, Albert Coles
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SS0199-270   $25.00

Coin silver teaspoon, Albert Coles
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Coin silver teaspoon by Albert Coles of NYC, ca. 1870-78m marked with his "Pigtail man" mark. The pattern looks very much like "Josephine" by Gorham, which was patented in 1855. Wear on the drop and denting in the bowl. No engraving.

Coin silver sugar shell "Grape" pattern
Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces

Everything Silver  
EB1098-36   $105.00

Coin silver sugar shell
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Coin silver sugar shell in a pattern that might be called "Grape" because of the 2 bunches of grapes and a grape leaf at the end of the handle in the cartouche. Quite likely an unidentified pattern by John Pohlamus of NYC. Engraved on the reverse "LKB" in script. Marked "A. SANBORN" incuse for Amose Sanborn of Lowell, Mass. ca. 1850. Also marked "PATENT.1850". Excellent condition. Slight wear on the drop and some of the design slightly rubbed.

Coin Silver master salt spoon "Prince Albert"
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PD0302   $65.00

Coin Silver master salt spoon
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Coin silver master salt spoon in the "Prince Albert" pattern. Probably by John Pohlamus of NYC. Marked "A.C.BENEDICT 28 BOWERY" in rectangle. Ca. 1850. Engraved "MTH" in script on the front and "S.R.H." in block on the reverse. In excellent condition.

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