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Southern Coin Silver Teaspoon Retailed by M. W. Galt & Co., Washington
Silver : Coin Silver

Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20151114-03   $17.50

Southern Coin Silver Teaspoon Retailed by M. W. Galt & Co., Washington
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Offered is a good American coin silver teaspoon retailed by M. W. Galt & Co. of Washington, D.C., dating to 1857 or before. This can be established by the manufacturer's marks of Taylor & Lawrie of Philadelphia, who made this spoon and who were in business between 1837 and 1857. This spoon measures about 5 3/8 inches in length, and weighs about 12 grams. This piece bears a period engraved set of script owner's initials. Condition is good, with moderate wear and signs of use, but no notable... Click for details

Southern Coin Silver Tablespoon by Samuel Lewis of Washington, D.C.
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Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20151114-02   $37.50

Southern Coin Silver Tablespoon by Samuel Lewis of Washington, D.C.
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Offered is an early American coin silver table spoon by Washington, D.C. silversmith and jeweler Samuel Lewis, who worked primarily on Pennsylvania Avenue from about 1840 until his death in 1880. Lewis trained in Baltimore and upon the end of his apprenticeship immediately established himself in Washington, where he enjoyed the patronage of the White House, among others. This tablespoon bears a good strong maker's mark for Mr. Lewis, and also has a period engraved script monogram to the... Click for details

Fine Pair of Philadelphia, PA or Louisville, KY Spoons by R. W. Choate
Silver : Coin Silver

Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20151108-02   $65.00

Fine Pair of Philadelphia, PA or Louisville, KY Spoons by R. W. Choate
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Offered is a good pair of early American coin silver teaspoons by Robert W. Choate, who worked in Philadelphia circa 1829-38, and then in Louisville at some point thereafter, through at least 1852. Robert W. Choate seems to have been the brother of Stephen D. Choate. This fine pair of teaspoons measures about 6 1/16 inches in length and weighs about 40 grams. Condition is very good, with some minor dings to one bowl but no splits or repairs. Each spoon features a period engraved script... Click for details

Set of Three Southern Coin Silver Teaspoons by John Y. Savage of NC
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Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20151003-05   $295.00

Set of Three Southern Coin Silver Teaspoons by John Y. Savage of NC
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Offered is an exceptionally scarce set of three Southern coin silver teaspoons by John Y. Savage, silversmith. According to Cathy Hollan's 'Virginia Silversmiths,' John Y. Savage was working in Raleigh, NC between 1814 and 1824, in Salisbury, NC in 1823, in Richmond, Virginia circa 1829-32 (he may have been working as a dentist as well), and in New York City circa 1839-60. These three spoons almost certainly date to Savage's Raleigh period - the style is right, and the proportions and shoulder... Click for details

Set of Three Very Early Coin Silver Spoons by James S. Sharrard of KY
Silver : Coin Silver : Southern

Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20151003-04   Sold

Set of Three Very Early Coin Silver Spoons by James S. Sharrard of KY
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Offered is a very scarce example of the early work of Kentucky silversmith James S. Sharrard (1816 - 1880). Sharrard was working in Paris, KY by 1836; around 1841 he moved to Shelbyville and moved again around 1856 to Henderson. Around 1863 Sharrard moved to Louisville, where he spent the majority of his final years, though he appears to have been buried in Grove Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville. The book "A New History of Kentucky" by Harrison & Klotter (2009), notes Sharrard also had a presence... Click for details

Rare Paris, Kentucky Coin Silver Ladle by George Snyder Sr. or Jr.
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Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20150920-01   Sold

Rare Paris, Kentucky Coin Silver Ladle by George Snyder Sr. or Jr.
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Offered is a lovely and rare example of the work of Kentucky silversmith George Snyder Sr. (working in Paris, KY circa 1803-13) or his son George Snyder, Jr. (working in Paris alone circa 1813? to 1831 or so). George Snyder Sr. is most famous for having invented the first American fishing reel with multiplying gears - only about 8 of these reels still exist, and are valued in the tens of thousands of dollars. After George Sr.'s death in 1813, the Snyder family continued to make both silver and... Click for details

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Unusual R. H. L. Villard Coin Silver Teaspoon from Washington, DC
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Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20150823-04   $25.00

Unusual R. H. L. Villard Coin Silver Teaspoon from Washington, DC
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Offered is a good Southern coin silver tea spoon by Washington, D.C. watchmaker, jeweler and silversmith Richard H. L. Villard, working in Georgetown in the 1820s and 1830s. He had a shop on Bridge Street (now M Street) in Georgetown. Villard was born circa 1794, probably the third son of French emigre parents Andre and Sophie Villard. Richard's middle initials were probably Henry Lee; a near neighbor of his parents in Westmoreland County, Virginia was named Richard Henry Lee, and the couple had... Click for details

Rare Southern Coin Silver Spoon by Jacob Bear of Lexington, Virginia
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Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20150823-01   Sold

Rare Southern Coin Silver Spoon by Jacob Bear of Lexington, Virginia
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Offered is an early American coin silver teaspoon by Jacob Bear, working in Lexington, VA circa 1823-60 and then located in Rockingham, VA in 1861. Jacob Bear's mark is rarely seen, despite his long working life. The maker's mark on this teaspoon is a bit rubbed but still quite legible. This spoon measures about 5 3/8 inches in length and weighs about 14 grams. The spoon probably dates to the 1820s or 1830s. Condition is fair at best, as the original monogram has been erased and a later... Click for details

Good West Virginia Coin Silver Teaspoon - James T. Scott & Co.
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Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20150816-04   $27.50

Good West Virginia Coin Silver Teaspoon - James T. Scott & Co.
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Offered is a good American coin silver teaspoon made in Philadelphia by James Watts and retailed in Wheeling, West Virginia by James T. Scott & Co. This piece measures about 5 7/8 inches in length and weighs about 18 grams. Condition is very good overall, with modest wear from normal use, and no dents, splits or repairs. All in all a fine useful piece of Southern coin silver!

Southern Coin Silver Fork by Samuel B. Purple of Columbus, Georgia
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Early Patterns

Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20150816-01   Sold

Southern Coin Silver Fork by Samuel B. Purple of Columbus, Georgia
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Offered is a fine American coin silver christening or dessert fork bearing the mark of Columbus, Georgia jeweler and silversmith Samuel B. Purple, working alone in Columbus from about 1845-57. This fork is a pattern example and probably dates to the latter part of Purple's career; it is assumed Purple retailed rather than manufactured this piece. This fork has a good clear mark as well as a well-executed period script monogram. This piece measures about 6 1/8 inches in length and weighs about... Click for details

Southern Coin Silver Tablespoon by James Meredith of Winchester, VA
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Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20150809-04   Sold

Southern Coin Silver Tablespoon by James Meredith of Winchester, VA
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Offered is a fine large early American coin silver table spoon by well-known Virginia silversmith James Meredith, who spent the majority (1812-60) of his career working in or around Winchester, VA. Judging by style, this tablespoon should date to about 1825-35, but could be somewhat earlier or later. This piece measures about 9 1/4 inches in length and weighs about 60 grams. Condition is fair, with some surface wear and scratching, and minor tip wear, but no splits or repairs. All in all a... Click for details

Southern Coin Silver Sauce Ladle, Richard H. L. Villard, Washington DC
Silver : Coin Silver : Southern

Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20150809-03   On Hold

Southern Coin Silver Sauce Ladle, Richard H. L. Villard, Washington DC
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Offered is a fine Southern coin silver sauce ladle by Washington, D.C. watchmaker, jeweler and silversmith Richard H. L. Villard, working in Georgetown in the 1820s and 1830s. He had a shop on Bridge Street (now M Street) in Georgetown. Villard was born circa 1794, probably the third son of French emigre parents Andre and Sophie Villard. Richard's middle initials were probably Henry Lee; a near neighbor of his parents in Westmoreland County, Virginia was named Richard Henry Lee, and the couple... Click for details

Super Rare Southern Coin Silver Teaspoon by William W. Keyworth of DC
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Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20150809-02   Sold

Super Rare Southern Coin Silver Teaspoon by William W. Keyworth of DC
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Offered is a very rare example of the work and maker's mark of William Wates Keyworth, silversmith of Washington, DC. William is related the much better known Robert Keyworth - they are both buried in the Keyworth Family Vault in the Congressional Cemetery in Washington. However, I've not yet found the exact family relationship. William seems to have died in August, 1838; prior to that he was working as a watchmaker, silversmith and jeweler at his stand (shop) opposite Gadsby's Hotel (located... Click for details

Southern Coin Silver Creamer - Greenberry Gaither, Washington, DC
Silver : Coin Silver : Hollowware

Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20150809-01   $695.00

Southern Coin Silver Creamer - Greenberry Gaither, Washington, DC
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Offered is a fine and very rare example of American coin silver hollowware bearing the mark of little-known Washington, D.C. silversmith Greenberry Gaither. Biographical information follows the item description. This cream pitcher is fairly large and heavy, measuring about 6 1/2 inches high to the top of the handle, and weighing 322 grams, or about ten troy ounces. The piece dates somewhere between 1820-35 based on style. This creamer is lightly engraved with a period script monogram, which... Click for details

Southern Coin Silver Soup Ladle by Robert Keyworth of Washington, D.C.
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Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20150513-01   Sold

Southern Coin Silver Soup Ladle by Robert Keyworth of Washington, D.C.
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Offered is a lovely American coin silver soup ladle by noted Washington, D.C. silversmith Robert Keyworth (born 1795 in England, died 1856 in Washington, D.C.). Keyworth was working on Pennsylvania, west of 9th Street, by 1820, and was had a long and successful career. He was active in the local militia, attaining the rank of Major in the 1st Regiment, D.C. Volunteers; he was also a committed Mason. This ladle is engraved with a period feathered script monogram and features a legible though... Click for details

Southern Coin Silver Teaspoon with Rare Mark - George Keesee of VA
Silver : Coin Silver

Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20150509-03   $45.00

Southern Coin Silver Teaspoon with Rare Mark - George Keesee of VA
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Offered is a very good and rare example of the maker's mark or retailer's mark of George Keesee of Richmond, Virginia, working circa 1831-47. Silver bearing Keesee's mark is rarely encountered, perhaps because he died at age 36 in 1847. This piece has a good clear mark for Keesee and manufacturer's marks for Philo Gilbert. This spoon measures about 5 7/8 inches in length and weighs about 18 grams. Condition is decent overall, with some surface wear to the engraved period script owner's... Click for details

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