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Good West Virginia Coin Silver Teaspoon - James T. Scott & Co.
Silver : Coin Silver

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!

Rare Coin Silver Teaspoon by Charles & George Fletcher of Phila.
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Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20150816-03   $65.00

Rare Coin Silver Teaspoon by Charles & George Fletcher of Phila.
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Offered is a very rare example of the output of the partnership of Charles and George Fletcher of Philadelphia, brothers to the famous silversmith and proprietor Thomas Fletcher, whose firm Fletcher and Gardiner would set the standard for monumental silver for a time in Philadelphia. Charles and George united in partnership in July 1818, and dissolved their union by early 1824. Their run in business together appears to have been rather unsuccessful; aside from this teaspoon, I have observed... Click for details

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

Decorated Coin Silver Spoon - Bixler & Fox of Easton, PA, ca. 1873
Silver : Coin Silver

Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20150815-03   $17.50

Decorated Coin Silver Spoon - Bixler & Fox of Easton, PA, ca. 1873
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Offered is a lovely decorated (engine turned and engraved) coin silver spoon manufactured by Watts of Philadelphia and retailed by the jewelry firm of Bixler & Fox, working circa 1873-80. See below for more information on the firm. This spoon is nicely decorated and has a period engraved script monogram, as well as clear marks. The piece measures about 5 5/8 inches in length and weighs about 18 grams. Condition is good overall, but I've taken a closeup picture of some scratching in the bowl. ... Click for details

Scarce Early Meadville, PA Coin Silver Spoon by Isaac Myers c. 1825-50
Silver : Coin Silver

Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20150815-02   Sold

Scarce Early Meadville, PA Coin Silver Spoon by Isaac Myers c. 1825-50
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Offered is a fine early American coin silver dessert spoon from rare Crawford County, PA (Meadville) silversmith and watchmaker Isaac Myers. In addition to this spoon, I have separately listed a similar dessert spoon from the same family, but with a different monogram. This piece is engraved with period script monogram of "MAP" and bears a clear, well-struck maker's mark. It appears to date to the earlier part of Myers' career, but could have been made anywhere from 1825-50. Some spoons made by... Click for details

Fine Meadville, PA Coin Silver Dessert Spoon by Isaac Myers c.1825-50
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Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20150815-01   Sold

Fine Meadville, PA Coin Silver Dessert Spoon by Isaac Myers c.1825-50
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Offered is a fine early American coin silver dessert spoon from rare Crawford County, PA (Meadville) silversmith and watchmaker Isaac Myers. In addition to this spoon, I have separately listed a similar dessert spoon from the same family, but with a different monogram. This piece is engraved with period script monogram of "SP" and bears a clear, well-struck maker's mark. It appears to date to the earlier part of Myers' career, but could have been made anywhere from 1825-50. Some spoons made... Click for details

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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

American mote spoon, circa 1860
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware

Gebelein  
5210   $250.00

American mote spoon, circa 1860
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Marked incuse COIN. Bowl pierced and shaped. Length 8-3/8". Weight 13 dwt. No monogram. Overall condition excellent. Mark condition good.

Underhill & Vernon, NYC 1787-88, "Reverse Tipt" Coin Silver Tablespoon

Old Friends  
2529f   $150.00

Underhill & Vernon, NYC 1787-88,
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Important New York City silversmiths in their own rights, Thomas Underhill and John Vernon operated as a short-lived partnership in a common shop in New York City in the very earliest days of the American Republic, 1787-88.

This 8 5/8" long, nearly 1.9 T. oz., coin silver tablespoon is marked with the "T.U" and "I.V" indicative of that partnership.

It has a rounded, "Reverse Tipt," down-turned, end and a pronounced drop on the bowl. The shank is narrow, thick, and smoothly joined with... Click for details

Benjamin & Samuel Demilt, NYC, "Kings" Coin Silver Place Spoon
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware

Old Friends  
2527f   $45.00

Benjamin & Samuel Demilt, NYC,
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This 7" long, weighty, 1.3 T. oz., place or dessert spoon is stamped "B&S.D" for Benjamin and Samuel Demilt of New York City, with partnership dates 1820-35. It also carries a "lion, bust, G" pseudo hallmark that William McGrew in his work on marks identifies as unknown an New York maker.

It is a sophisticated piece, and all the more so for its early date. It is a "Kings" pattern, with a pronounced shell end with leafy borders. The backside heel of the bowl also has a shell imprint. The... Click for details

Rare Set of Six Carlisle Coin Silver Spoons by Jacob Hendel
Silver : Coin Silver

Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20150719-13   Sold

Rare Set of Six Carlisle Coin Silver Spoons by Jacob Hendel
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Offered is a very rare set of six early American coin silver teaspoons by noted Carlisle clockmaker and silversmith Jacob Hendel. Jacob Hendel (1772-1836) was one of three brothers who made and marked silver, the others being George and Bernard; he was also cousin and nephew to members of the Hall family of silversmiths. Jacob Hendel is primarily known as one of the foremost clockmakers of Carlisle, and a number of his clocks are extant. He was also very involved in community affairs. Jacob... Click for details

Fine Carlisle Coin Silver Teaspoon by Jacob Hendel, Ca. 1820-36
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Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20150719-12   Sold

Fine Carlisle Coin Silver Teaspoon by Jacob Hendel, Ca. 1820-36
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Offered is a rare early American coin silver teaspoon by noted Carlisle clockmaker and silversmith Jacob Hendel. Jacob Hendel (1772-1836) was one of three brothers who made and marked silver, the others being George and Bernard; he was also cousin and nephew to members of the Hall family of silversmiths. Jacob Hendel is primarily known as one of the foremost clockmakers of Carlisle, and a number of his clocks are extant. He was also very involved in community affairs. Jacob Hendel served as... Click for details

Important Dessert Spoon by John Beck of Warrior's Mark, PA Ca. 1824-30
Silver : Coin Silver

Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20150719-06   $145.00

Important Dessert Spoon by John Beck of Warrior's Mark, PA Ca. 1824-30
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Offered is an important find - an early American coin silver dessert spoon by John Beck, a silversmith working in Warrior's Mark, Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania around 1824-30. This information comes from Metzgar and Whisker's "Pennsylvania Clockmakers and Watchmakers Goldsmiths and Silversmiths - A Checklist". Metzgar and Whisker also cite a reference to an 1887 history of Clarion County, which notes that one John Beck was the first watchmaker there (perhaps the late 1830s to 1840s). I have... Click for details

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