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PRESENTATION HOOPED CANN, Bigalow Kinnard & Co., Boston (1868)
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Hampton Galleries  
7139   $325.00

PRESENTATION HOOPED CANN, Bigalow Kinnard & Co., Boston (1868)
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Hooped cann by the firm of Bigalow, Kinnard & Co. of Boston, MA (c. 1868), 3-¾” tall, 2 7/8 diameter at rim, 3 1/4” diameter at base, applied vertical reeded band at rim and applied horizontal reeded band at base, incised hoops around body, presentation inscription on front “Jilian Boyce/ from/ Grandpa/ WBB/ 1868”, marked underneath “BIGALOW KINNARD & CO. in incised arch over “BOSTON” in rectangular punch over “STERLING” incuse.

RARE VINAIGRETTE, E & D Kinsey, Cincinnati, OH (c. 1840-50)
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Hampton Galleries  
7367   $1,250.00

RARE VINAIGRETTE, E & D Kinsey, Cincinnati, OH (c. 1840-50)
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Very rare coin silver vinaigrette by the partnership of Edward and David Kinsey in Cincinnati, Ohio (c. 1840-1850), 1-½” long by 1-1/8” wide by 7/8” tall, fancy diamond cut and fine wiggle work bright cutting on hinged cover and bottom of box with fancy oval cartouche on cover with script monogram “M.T.T.” inside, thumb grip on front of cover, fancy openwork hinged grid inside, marked inside on bottom “E. & D. KINSEY” (E not legible) in rectangular punch.

Fine Early Coin Silver Beaker by Chaudron & Rasch of Philadelphia
Silver : Coin Silver : 18th and Early 19th Century

Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20150426-05   $325.00

Fine Early Coin Silver Beaker by Chaudron & Rasch of Philadelphia
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Offered is a fine and rare American coin silver (in this case in the sterling standard) beaker or julep cup by noted Philadelphia silversmiths Simon Chaudron and Anthony Rasch, who alone and in partnership as Chaudron's & Rasch made some of the most important American silver of the first quarter of the 19th Century. The partnership between Chaudron and Rasch lasted only three years and its work is highly sought after - particularly pieces like this one, marked STER*AMERI*MAN. This beaker has a... Click for details

Reeded mug by Curry & Preston, Phila., 1825-1831
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Gebelein  
5176   $1,250.00

Reeded mug by Curry & Preston, Phila., 1825-1831
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Single scroll hollow handle. Marked twice C&P and twice with a flower. Four reeds near top, 5 near bottom. Applied molded top rim & applied base rim. Height 4-1/4". Mouth and base diameter 3-1/4". Weight 10-1/2 troy ounces. Monogram on bottom with a number of names and year 1965. Overall condition is excellent. Condition of one initials mark is excellent, the other just good. The flowers marks are excellent.

Cann by Jacob Hurd, Boston, 1740-1750
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Gebelein  
5172   $10,600.00

Cann by Jacob Hurd, Boston, 1740-1750
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Kane mark F. Double scroll handle. Height 4-7/8". Diameter of mouth 3"; of base 3-3/8". Weight 12.2 troy ounces. Original monogram MT in block letters on handle. Later script monogram "H.J.Little 1849" on front for Hall Jackson Little, bookseller of Portland, ME. Owned by same family from at least 1849 to us. MT may be for Mary Thurston, a collateral ancestor born in 1746. Overall and mark condition are excellent.

Fine Silver Beaker by John Aitken of Phila. c.1780-1808
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Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20141101-02   $495.00

Fine Silver Beaker by John Aitken of Phila. c.1780-1808
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Offered is a fine early American coin silver beaker by Philadelphia silversmith John Aitken, working in that city from at least 1780 through about 1808. Aitken's biography is given in Hollan's "Philadelphia Silversmiths" and elsewhere. This beaker is graced with a very well executed period script monogram, the large size of which indicates a likely earlier date for the beaker, perhaps around 1780-95. The maker's mark is also legible. This beaker or julep cup measures about 3 inches to the... Click for details

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coin silver water pitcher, fire fighting interest
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Bruce Cherner Antique Silver  
2201   Sold

coin silver water pitcher, fire fighting interest
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height 12 3/8 inches to top of handle; 11 1/2 to top of spout, eight lobed body with ornate floral chasing and helmet spout, weight 26 Troy ounces, some light wear to high points and a few very minor dents (these will not photograph) but fine overall condition, engraved "Presented by the Fire Department of Williamsburgh to Andrew B. Hodges, ESq., late Chief Engineere, as a Testament of their respect for his gentlemanly deportment which characterized him while in the discharge of his duty, Oct... Click for details

CHATELAINE HOOK, R&W Wilson, Philadelphia, c. 1826-1854
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Hampton Galleries  
7354C   $225.00

CHATELAINE HOOK, R&W Wilson, Philadelphia, c. 1826-1854
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Coin silver chatelaine hook by the firm of Robert and William Wilson of Philadelphia (c. 1826-1854), 2-3/16” long with shaped oval ____ with a large feather script monogram “H” on front and a ½” bar on back, pointed end clip marked on inside “R & W. WILSON” in rectangular punch.

RARE VINAIGRETTE, Wood & Hughes, NYC (c 18700
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Hampton Galleries  
7353C   $550.00

RARE VINAIGRETTE, Wood & Hughes, NYC (c 18700
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Coin silver vinaigrette by Wood & Hughes, New York City (c. 1870), 1-1/8” long by ¾” wide by ¼” high, hinged at back with small thumb grip on cover in front, cover with vine decoration around edges, feather script monogram “S H” on cover with the “Hand of God” symbol between the initials, inside of box, including grating, is silver gilt, marked inside box on bottom “W& H” incuse.

Pair of goblets, no maker's mark, 1861
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Gebelein  
5147   $480.00

Pair of goblets, no maker's mark, 1861
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Large cartouche and engine turning. Height 5-7/8" Mouth diameter 3". Weight of pair 7-1/2 troy ounces. The monogram in the cartouche is Anna Kimball/from/E.P.T./June 4, 186a. Overall condition is excellent although one has no center ring between the cup and the base and is therefore slightly shorter.

18thC nutmeg grater by John Pattison, Fredericksburg,VA
Silver : Coin Silver : Southern

North Hill Antiques  
657   $3,500.00

18thC nutmeg grater by John Pattison, Fredericksburg,VA
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Made c1753-60 -- 2-5/8"-tall cylinder opens on hinged cover to disclose steel grater, name of original owner, E.Keele, and the name of his home, Sarum, which is still located on State Rte 234 near Newport, MD. Patterson's mark -- I (pellet) P -- is struck inside the grater's cap.

Until recently, Pattison was located in research books as working in Annapolis, MD, c1750. Then, Catherine Hollan published her work on Virginia silversmiths. There was Pattison, relocated to Fredericksburg. ... Click for details

WATER PITCHER, William Gale, New York City (1830-50)
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Hampton Galleries  
7344   $1,475.00

WATER PITCHER, William Gale, New York City (1830-50)
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Coin silver water pitcher by William Gale, New York City (c. 1830-1950), 10-1/2" tall to top of handle, 9-7/8" to top of lip, 9" from end of lip to end of handle, 4-5/8" diameter of stepped circular base, short pedestal to lobed body, matching applied bands around base and throat, matching applied gadrooned bands around lip and pedestal, wide pouring spout, hollow S-shaped handle, feather script monogram "WHC to LCJr." on front of body, marked underneath "W.G" in rectangular punch with four... Click for details

JULEP CUP, E. Jaccard & Co., St. Louis, MO (c. 1855)
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Hampton Galleries  
7346   $425.00

JULEP CUP, E. Jaccard & Co., St. Louis, MO (c. 1855)
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Coin silver julep cup by E. Jaccard & Co., St. Louis, Missouri (c. 1855), 3-9/16" tall, 3" diameter at rim, 2-7/16" at base, applied beading around rim and base, no monogram, one very small indentation on side, marked underneath "E. JACCARD & Co" "ST LOUIS" and "COIN", all incuse.

PAIR of BEAKERS, William Thomson, NYC (c. 1810)
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Hampton Galleries  
7342   $950.00

PAIR of BEAKERS, William Thomson, NYC (c. 1810)
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Pair of coin silver beakers by William Thomson, New York City (c. 1810), 3-1/8" tall, 3" diameter at rim, 2-1/4" at base, straight-sided with simple applied band at rim, marked underneath "WThomson" (script) in shaped rectangular punch.

Mug with uniquely American agricultural motif
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North Hill Antiques  
786   $600.00

Mug with uniquely American agricultural motif
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In 1825, the Erie Canal opened, sending to NYC and beyond the agricultural riches of Ohio and ultimately the entire midwest. For 10 years -- from 1825-35 -- this cornucopia was celebrated in the arts, including the art of silvermaking. The basket-of-flowers and sheaf-of-wheat flatware patterns are examples; so too is this mug with its band of farm produce and equipment -- corn-filled wagon, barn, windmill, beehives, farm house, corn crib, scythe, rake, and a sheaf-of-wheat design repeated 10... Click for details

Gorham "Medallion" Coin Silver Pedestal Mustard Pot
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Old Friends  
1612mg   $465.00

Gorham
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Dating from 1866 according to the date engraved on the sidewall below the name "C.E. Mathews.", this coin silver mustard pot was made by Gorham. That company's standing lion, anchor, G mark appears on the underside of the base, along with the model number "510."

It is a large, well-proportioned, and handsome item. Standing 4 1/4" high, it rests on a pedestal base that is 2" in diameter. The maximum span to the end of the handle is approximately 3 1/4" and the weight is 4.5+ T. oz. The... Click for details

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