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


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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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7342   $950.00


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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.

Presentation cup , Tifft&Whiting, N.Attleboro,MA,c.1853
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4940   $360.00


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Leaf repousse, applied top and bottom decorative bands. Marked PURE SILLLVER COIN and pseudohallmarks of Tifft & Whiting. The inscription in a reserve on the front says: "Presented/to/John L.Cook/as a token of/respect by the operatives in/the Carding Room of the/P.S.Factory/Portsmouth NH./Sept.15,1853". The Portsmouth city directory for 1851 lists John L. Cook as overseer in the Portsmouth Steam Factory (they made yarn). Height of handle 4-1/2"; of lip 4-1/4". Diameter of mouth 3";of base... Click for details

SET of 6 GOBLETS, William Adams, NYC (c. 1831-1842)
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Hampton Galleries  
7328   $2,850.00


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A rare set of six beautiful large goblets by William Adams, New York City (c.1831-1842), 6-1/2" tall, 3-5/8" diameter at rim, 3-1/16" diameter at base, domed circular base with beading around edge and repousse vine decoration, large 4" bowl with everted rim with applied reeded band and repousse flower and vine decoration making cartouche on front, script monogram "Adams" in cartouche, marked inside stem "W. ADAMS" and "NEW.YORK" (pellet raised), each in serrated rectangular punch.

Child's cup by John Westervelt; Newburgh, NY, c.1874
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4936   $290.00


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1/4" decorative banding around top and bottom, engraved floral cartouche on front, partially matte finish, "ear" handle. Height 3-1/4". Diameter of mouth 3-1/4"; of base 2-7/8". Weight 4-1/4 troy ounces. The monogram is a script "Westbrook Van Tassel 1874". He was born Feb. 4, 1874, son of William H. and Elizabeth A. (Thomas) Van Tassel. Mark condition is excellent. Overall condition is very good (very minor dents, slightly out of round).

LARGE COIN SILVER CHALICE, Hood & Tobey, Albany-1848-49
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7314   $650.00


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Large coin silver chalice made by Charter, Cann & Dunn of New York City and retailed by Hood & Tobey of Albany, New York (c. 1848-1849), 7-1/4" tall, circular pedestal base with knob in middle of pedestal, large tulip-shaped bowl with cartouche on front (empty) surrounded by repousse flowers and vines, applied band of fine beading around lip and foot, marked underneath "HOOD & TOBEY" incuse over "CC&D" in rectangular punch.

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PRESENTATION WATER PITCHER, Garrett Eoff, NYC (c 1830)
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7306   $1,250.00


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Coin silver water pitcher by Garrett Eoff, New York City (c. 1830), 8" tall to top of handle, 7-1/4" to top of lip, 7-1/2" long from handle to spout, 4" diameter of base, apple-shaped body with short neck and wide pouring spout, applied band of flowers and leaves around lip, matching gadrooned band around neck and circular flat base, hollow S-shaped handle with thumb grip (few minor dents at top), feather script inscription "Presd by the Jeffn. Co. Agri Socy" on front (shows some wear), marked... Click for details

18th CENTURY BEAKER, High Wishart, NYC (c. 1795-1800)
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7289A   $650.00


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Early coin silver beaker by Hugh Wishart of New York City (c. 1795-1800), 3-1/2" tall, 3-1/8" wide at rim, 2-5/8" wide at base, hand raised from single sheet of silver, fine reeded incising at rim, no monogram, marked "WISHART" in rectangular punch.

FISH SLICE, John Goodhue, Jr., Salem, MA (c. 1822-1855)
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7288A   $265.00


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Coin silver fish slice by John Goodhue, Jr. of Salem, Massachusetts (c.1822-1855), 12-3/8" long, 6-1/8" long asymmetrical slice with upturned scalloped edge on top, blade with pierced crescents and oval design, chamfered shoulders, arching fiddle handle tipt on top, no monogram, marked "J.GOODHUE" in rounded rectangular punch

MINT JULEP CUP, E. Jaccard & Co, St. Louis, MO (c 1855)
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7267A   $495.00


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Coin silver mint julep cup by E. Jaccard & Co., St. Louis, Missouri (c. 1855), 3-1/2" tall, 2-15/16" diameter at top, 2-7/16" diameter at bottom, applied reeded rims at top and bottom, no monogram, marked underneath "E. JACCARD & CO.", "ST LOUIS" and "COIN", all incuse.

RARE BEER or ALE PITCHER, George Baker, Providence-1825
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7269   $2,500.00


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Rare coin silver beer or ale pitcher by George Baker of Providence, Rhode Island (c.1825), 9-5/8" tall to top of finial, 7- 5/8" tall to top or rim, 8-3/4" long from spout to end of handle, 4-3/8" diameter at rim, 4-1/2" at base, apple-shaped body on short circular stepped base, short thin pouring spout with strainer, hinged domed cover with ball finial, hollow C-shaped handle with applied thumb grip, inscription on one side "In Remembrance of JOSHUA H. BATHBONE." and on other side "To Thomas S.... Click for details

4-pieceTea Service.by Hugh Wishart, NY, circa1810
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4871   $3,750.00


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Teapot with wood handle, curved spout, hinged lid, urn finial.Sugar bowl is boat-shaped. Teapot stand on 4 feet. Teapot capacity is 3-1/4 pints. Teapot height 7-1/4", maximum horizontal dimension 12-1/4". The teapot tray is 6-1/4" X 4-3/4". The height of the sugar bowl is 6-3/8" and the maximum horizontal dimension 8-1/4". Height of the creamer is 4-1/2" and maximum horizontal dimension 5-1/2". Total weight of the set is 42.2 troy ounces (including wood handle of teapot). The teapot has a wood... Click for details

PAP or GRAVY BOAT, Bailey & Kitchen, Philadelphia-1837
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7216B   $525.00


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Coin silver pap or gravy boat by Taylor & Lawrie and retailed by Bailey & Kitchen, Philadelphia (c. 1837-1846), 6" long over handle, 5-3/8" long body, 3" by 2-3/8" oval base, long pouring spout, body with everted rim, high C-shaped strap handle, marked "BAILEY & KITCHEN" in rectangluar punch with three pseudo marks of Taylor & Lawrie silversmiths.

SOUP LADLE, Isaac Hutton, Albany, NY (c. 1790-1800)
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7233   $525.00


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Coin silver soup ladle by Isaac Hutton, Albany, New York (c. 1790-1800), 15-3/8" long, round bowl with old repaired crack on right side, double incised arches drop, long downturned pointed end handle with long diamond cut and beaded oval cartouche over 8-pointed star or flower with hanging bellflower down center of handle, feather script monogram "AVV" over "SC" in cartouche, later feather script monogram "CH" ? on reverse, marked "HUTTON" and "ALBANY" in rectangular punches.

SNUFF BOX, E&D Kinsey, Cincinnati, OH (c. 1840-1850)
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7209   $850.00


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Early coin silver snuff box by Edward and David Kinsey, Cincinnati, Ohio (c.1840-1850), 3" long by 1-7/16" wide by 5/8" tall, hinged cover with engine turned bright cut decoration with empty shield-shaped cartouche in the center, reeded incised bands around sides and bottom, marked "E & D KINSEY" in rectangular punch on inside of cover flange.

CREAMER, James Chalmers, Annapolis, MD (c. 1770-1780)
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7211B   $1,500.00


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Early coin silver creamer by James Chalmers, Annapolis, Maryland (c.1770-1780), 4-3/4" tall at top of handle, 4-3/8" at rim, 2-1/4" diameter of base, inverted pear-shaped body on high applied splayed round foot(repair around bottom of pedestal base), high curved pouring spout punched to simulate beading, cast S-shaped handle reattached at top and bottom, fancy feather script monogram "MG" on front of body, marked underneath three times "IC" in rectangular punch.

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