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Beaded-edge shell-bowl serving spoon
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North Hill Antiques  
871   $175.00

Beaded-edge shell-bowl serving spoon
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Made by Gorham, PATENT 1861, retailed by D.C. Jaccard, St. Louis (see pic) -- gold-washed bowl, script mono Silver Wedding on front; 8-1/2" long. Condition is excellent throughout.

Jenny Lind fish slice by Albert Coles, NYC, c1860
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872   $425.00

Jenny Lind fish slice by Albert Coles, NYC, c1860
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Pierced blade engraved with styllized scrolls, feathered script mono J E H on hollow handle. Length is 12-18". Weight is 137 grams. One dent on reverse of handle, otherwise condition is fine.

KINGS FISH SLICE, Gale & Mosley, NYC (c. 1827-1833)
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Hampton Galleries  
7325C   $425.00

KINGS FISH SLICE, Gale & Mosley, NYC (c. 1827-1833)
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Coin silver fish slice by Gale & Mosley, New York City (c.1827-1833), 13-3/8" long, large 6-3/4" rounded asymetrical blade with large fanciful dolphin in the center the is outlined by conforming piercing, the upper and right sides of the blade have an unusual applied beaded band, arching Kings pattern hollow handle with 10-lobed shells at end of the front and back, feather script monogram "A" on front of handle, marked on back of blade "G&M" in serrated rectangular punch with three pseudo marks... Click for details

Set of 4 serving spoons by Green Hall, Albany, c1815
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North Hill Antiques  
897   $200.00

Set of 4 serving spoons by Green Hall, Albany, c1815
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Retailed by Nehemiah Bassett, also of Albany -- downturned fiddle handle, pointed shoulders, incised pointed arch drop, feathered script mono C V A on front; 9" in length; each weighs 40 grams. Bird mark, as show in pic, is attributed by McGrew to Green Hall.

MARROW SCOOP, Clark & Pelletreau, NYC (c. 1819)
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Hampton Galleries  
7315B   $850.00

MARROW SCOOP, Clark & Pelletreau, NYC (c. 1819)
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Rare coin silver marrow scoop by Clark & Pelletreau, New York City (c. 1819), 9" long, 3" wider scoop on one side and 3-/4" narrow scoop on other side, feather script monogram "ECS" ? on front of center bar, marked "C & P" in serrated rectangular punch with three pseudo marks (lion passant, bust and C) on back of middle bar.

Coffin-end serving spoon by Wm. Moulton, Newburyport
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North Hill Antiques  
262   $125.00

Coffin-end serving spoon by Wm. Moulton, Newburyport
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Coffin-fiddle handle, c1810 -- square shoulders, feathered script mono L T on front; 9-3/8" long. Weight is over 1.5 T oz. Condition is excellent, no tipwear at all.

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Ladle awarded at a Missouri county fair around 1850
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873   $225.00

Ladle awarded at a Missouri county fair around 1850
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Made by E. Jaccard & Co., St. Louis -- at 8-7/8" in length, it is a mid-sized ladle suitable for serving soup out of a small crock, or gravy out of a large bowl, or grog out of a middlin'-sized cup, or perhaps it is an oyster ladle used to pluck the briny shellfish out of whatever they are served in. In the event, it is a neat piece, with a pinched-waist fiddle handle, high pointed shoulders and a 2-7/8" oval bowl, and engraved on the front the letters B.C.A.M.A. -- which most likely stand... Click for details

Krider & Biddle (Philadelphia) Engraved Coin Silver Berry Spoon
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Old Friends  
1217fb   $60.00

Krider & Biddle (Philadelphia) Engraved Coin Silver Berry Spoon
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Made by Krider & Biddle c. 1865, and marked with that company's emblem, this 8 3/8" long, 1.8 T. oz. berry spoon has a reverse tipt end handle with an engraved front. There is a reserve that has never been monogrammed. The engraving is finely rendered, as would be expected of this firm and as was generally so of mid 19th century Philadelphia silver. The bowl is an unusual shape, with notched edges and raised ribbing on the interior. It is finished in an original bright gold wash front and... Click for details

Pair coffin-end serving spoons by Sayre & Richards, NYC
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North Hill Antiques  
874   $125.00

Pair coffin-end serving spoons by Sayre & Richards, NYC
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Classic coffin-end form, with handle tapering from end to bowl, c1802 -- feathered script mono E F B on front; 9-1/8" long. Combined weight of 105 grams. Condition is excellent, no wear.

Shell-bowl ladle by Schohay, Ludwig & Co., Phila
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880   $275.00

Shell-bowl ladle by Schohay, Ludwig & Co., Phila
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Twist stem handle with end decorated in flower-like engraving and wrigglework, decoration carried over to front and back of bowl; 11-1/4" in length, a bit over 3 T oz. in weight. Condition is near-mint. Schohay, Ludwig is identified as the maker by the company's arrow mark, as shown in McGrew. S&L was a silver manufacturer, in business from 1867-73; note that this piece is marked COIN.

Olive "Pure Coin" Pierced Pie Server
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Old Friends  
1184f   $110.00

Olive
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Stamped only "Pure Coin," this pie server surely traces to mid 19th century Boston, and was likely made by Farrington & Hunnewell of that city. It has an Olive pattern double die struck handle, meaning the design appears on both sides, that is without a monogram or removal.

Measuring a generous 9 5/16" long overall, and weighing just short of 2.3 T. oz., this has an amply-sized blade that is 4 3/4" long and 2 7/8" at the widest.

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Long-handled serving spoon by Robert Best & Co., Cinc.
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North Hill Antiques  
884   $225.00

Long-handled serving spoon by Robert Best & Co., Cinc.
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Best, his 2 brothers and father were early silversmiths in Cincinnati. This spoon was made during the period he was associated with Deterly and Woodruff, from 1815-17. It has a downturnd fiddle handle, pointed shoulders, and is 9-1/2" long. This piece was never engraved. It is in excellent condition with just a touch of tipwear.

E. & D. Kinsey (Cincinnati) Twist Coin Gravy Ladle
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Old Friends  
1144f   $95.00

E. & D. Kinsey (Cincinnati) Twist Coin Gravy Ladle
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Measuring 6 3/4" long and weighing 1.3 T. oz., this coin silver gravy ladle was made in Cincinnati by the partnership of Edward and David Kinsey (1844-61). It has a twist stem and the broad, rounded ended shape that is characteristic of the region. The handle has bright cut and wriggle work engraving on both sides and engine turning on the front. It is engraved "Eva to Ella" in script. It is in excellent condition. The detail shows slight softening from polishing and the interior of the... Click for details

San Francisco ladle by Schulz & Fischer
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North Hill Antiques  
875   $450.00

San Francisco ladle by Schulz & Fischer
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This is S&F's Antique pattern introduced in 1878 -- kidney-shaped bowl (see pic), florid gothic mono C on front; 13" long, 4" x 3-1/4" bowl. Weight is a robust 7 T oz. Condition is near-mint.

RARE SNUFFER TRAY, AE Warner, Baltimore, MD (1830)
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Hampton Galleries  
7283B   $1,250.00

RARE SNUFFER TRAY, AE Warner, Baltimore, MD (1830)
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Very rare snuffer tray by A. E. Warner of Baltimore, Maryland (c. 1830-1840), 9-5/16" long by 4-1/8" wide, raised sides are wider at ends and narrower at sides, applied scalloped bands around edges with diamond points where tapers, crest of sitting lion with outstretched arms holding pear-shaped jug in center of tray, marked on bottom "A. E. WARNER" in long rectangular punch over "11" in octagonal punch.

Gravy ladle by J.L. Westerveldt, Newburgh, NY, c1850
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North Hill Antiques  
876   $55.00

Gravy ladle by J.L. Westerveldt, Newburgh, NY, c1850
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Downturned fiddle handle, flared shoulders, reverse tipt, script mono O. L. Bailey on front; 6-3/4" long. Condition is excellent. Marked with Westerveldt's Lion, Star and D.

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