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Good Coin Silver Teaspoon by Jacob Kucher of Philadelphia, c.1805-14
Silver : Coin Silver : 18th and Early 19th Century

Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20160813-09   $30.00

Good Coin Silver Teaspoon by Jacob Kucher of Philadelphia, c.1805-14
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Offered is a good early American coin silver teaspoon by Philadelphia silversmith Jacob Kucher (born circa 1773), who was working in that city by 1796 and produced the majority of his work by 1814 or so. He later entered into other professional pursuits. Kucher's work is often distinctive in style, as can be seen with the interestingly proportioned fiddle handle and the keyhole-style drop. The maker's mark of IK in a rectangle is well-struck and legible, and the spoon also has an engraved... Click for details

Rare, Heavy Coin Silver Tablespoon by Benjamin Inman of Philadelphia
Silver : Coin Silver : 18th and Early 19th Century

Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20160813-08   Sold

Rare, Heavy Coin Silver Tablespoon by Benjamin Inman of Philadelphia
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Offered is a fine and rare early American coin silver table spoon by little-known Philadelphia silversmith Benjamin Inman, working circa 1814-19. The maker's mark on this spoon was used for the book "Philadelphia Silversmiths" by Catherine Hollan and this is the only example I've seen for many years. This fine piece measures about 9 inches in length and weighs a very heavy 76 grams. It is graced with a well-executed period engraved script monogram and it has a very good maker's mark. ... Click for details

Pair of Philadelphia Coin Silver Master Salt Spoons, Conrad Bard & Son
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Fiddle-Handled

Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20160813-06   $27.50

Pair of Philadelphia Coin Silver Master Salt Spoons, Conrad Bard & Son
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Offered is a good American coin silver pair of master salt spoons by well-known silversmith Conrad Bard and his son E. Milford Bard, working in partnership circa 1849-59. These spoons measure about 3 3/4 inches in length on average and weigh a total of about 16 grams. Each spoon has a period engraved script monogram of EML and a well-struck maker's mark. Condition on these spoons is very good, with minor surface wear and signs of use but no dents, splits or repairs. All in all a fine and... Click for details

Early Gettysburg, PA Coin Silver Teaspoon by William W. Bell, c1810-25
Silver : Coin Silver : 18th and Early 19th Century

Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20160813-05   Sold

Early Gettysburg, PA Coin Silver Teaspoon by William W. Bell, c1810-25
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Offered is a very scarce early American coin silver teaspoon by Gettysburg silversmith William W. Bell (1777-1842), whose biographical information follows a description of this piece. This spoon measures about 5 7/16 inches in length and weighs about 14 grams. It has a period engraved script monogram and a rubbed but legible maker's mark, one of at least three known for Mr. Bell. This maker's mark is given by Hollan to a man named William Bell who appeared in Philadelphia records briefly in... Click for details

Scarce Philadelphia Coin Silver Salt Spoon Marked by Caleb P. Wayne
Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces

Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20160813-04   Sold

Scarce Philadelphia Coin Silver Salt Spoon Marked by Caleb P. Wayne
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Offered is a good American coin silver master salt spoon marked WAYNE.PHILA; this mark was used for the book "Philadelphia Silversmiths" by Hollan, and was attributed by her to Caleb P. Wayne, working 1811-24. This spoon has the only example of the mark that I am aware of. This piece measures approximately 3 11/16 inches in length and weighs about 8 grams. Condition is fair, with some file marks on the upper edge of the handle from someone doing a silver test. All in all a nice example of a... Click for details

Extremely Rare Teaspoon by Louis Cure of Philadelphia, Circa 1810-20
Silver : Coin Silver : 18th and Early 19th Century

Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20160813-03   Sold

Extremely Rare Teaspoon by Louis Cure of Philadelphia, Circa 1810-20
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Offered is a very rare and fine early American coin silver teaspoon by sought-after Philadelphia silversmith Louis Cure, working circa 1810-20. Almost no examples of this man's work survive, though Yale has one teaspoon. The mark on this spoon was used for the book "Philadelphia Silversmiths" by Catherine Hollan. This piece is engraved with a period script monogram and has a well-struck maker's mark. It measures about 5 3/4 inches in length and weighs about 12 grams. Condition is very good... Click for details

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Philadelphia Coin Silver Teaspoon by Washington Sailer, Circa 1825-33
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Fiddle-Handled

Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20160813-02   Sold

Philadelphia Coin Silver Teaspoon by Washington Sailer, Circa 1825-33
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Offered is a rare American coin silver spoon by little-known Philadelphia silversmith, clockmaker and watchmaker Washington Sailer (also spelled Sailor in some sources). Sailor appears in Philadelphia directories circa 1825 to 1833, according to Hollan's "Philadelphia Silversmiths". The mark on this spoon was used for that book; I've not seen another example of his silver yet. Sailer's widow died in 1890 at the age 85, making her birth around 1805 - one would expect Mr. Sailer's birth to be... Click for details

Mt. Holly, New Jersey Coin Silver Teaspoon - Henry B. James c.1834-55
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Fiddle-Handled

Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20160813-01   $22.50

Mt. Holly, New Jersey Coin Silver Teaspoon - Henry B. James c.1834-55
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Offered is a good American coin silver teaspoon by New Jersey watchmaker, jeweler and silversmith Henry B. James, whose biographical information appears below. This teaspoon measures 6 3/16 inches in length and weighs about 16 grams. It has a nicely executed period script engraved monogram, and a rubbed but legible maker's mark. Condition overall is good, with some surface wear and signs of use and shallow dings to the bowl, but no splits or repairs. This spoon would almost certainly date to... Click for details

Early New Hampshire Doll Spoon or Condiment Spoon by Timothy Gerrish
Silver : Coin Silver : 18th and Early 19th Century

Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20160807-12   Sold

Early New Hampshire Doll Spoon or Condiment Spoon by Timothy Gerrish
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Offered is an interesting early American coin silver doll spoon or condiment spoon by well-known Portsmouth, New Hampshire silversmith Timothy Gerrish (1756-1815), dating to about 1810-15. In addition to working as a silversmith from the time of the American Revolution to his death, Gerrish was also appointed the prison keeper and sometime sheriff of Portsmouth during the period 1800-15. By style, this piece should date to about 1810-15, the last period of Gerrish's life. This piece is... Click for details

Rare Minty Cased Set of Polhamus Ionic Pattern Condiment Spoons c1860
Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces

Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20160807-11   Sold

Rare Minty Cased Set of Polhamus Ionic Pattern Condiment Spoons c1860
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Offered is a very rare find - a nearly unused set of American coin silver condiment spoons (one dry mustard or horseradish spoon and a matched pair of master salt spoons) in its original case by silversmith John Polhamus (sometimes alternatively spelled Polhemus in reference books), in the Ionic pattern. These spoons bear the retailer's mark of William Mayo, and were in turn re-retailed by James McMurray, watchmaker and jeweler working at 315 Fulton Street in Brooklyn, New York, circa 1860. ... Click for details

Fine Set of 4 Philadelphia Coin Silver Tablespoons, Levering & Powell
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Fiddle-Handled

Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20160807-10   Sold

Fine Set of 4 Philadelphia Coin Silver Tablespoons, Levering & Powell
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Offered is an excellent set of four American coin silver table spoons by Philadelphia jewelers and silversmiths Francis Levering and Thomas Powell, working in partnership on North 8th Street between 1856 and 1858. The mark of this partnership is uncommon. Each spoon is engraved with a well-executed period script monogram of "MAW" and each spoon also has a clear, legible maker's mark. These spoons each measure about 8 3/4 inches in length, and the four weigh about 162 grams altogether. ... Click for details

Fiddle Pattern Dessert or Luncheon Fork by Samuel T. Crosby Circa 1850
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Fiddle-Handled

Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20160807-09   $22.50

Fiddle Pattern Dessert or Luncheon Fork by Samuel T. Crosby Circa 1850
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Offered is a useful American coin silver dessert or luncheon fork in the fiddle pattern by Samuel T. Crosby of Boston, circa 1852-61. This piece measures about 6 13/16 inches in length and weighs a heavy 40 grams. It features a worn period engraved script monogram as well as Mr. Crosby's maker's mark. Condition is fair, with some surface wear but only moderate tine wear and no splits or repairs. All in all a good usable fork for a fiddle pattern coin silver set!

Very Rare Philadelphia Teaspoon Circa 1800-10 by White & Brittin
Silver : Coin Silver : 18th and Early 19th Century

Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20160807-08   Sold

Very Rare Philadelphia Teaspoon Circa 1800-10 by White & Brittin
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Offered is a very scarce example of the work of Philadelphia silversmiths Jacob Brittin and (probably) William White, circa 1800-10. This partnership appears to have been around that time based upon Jacob Brittin's working dates, and the style of this spoon. This mark on this piece was used for the book "Philadelphia Silversmiths" by Hollan and the only other documented example of the work of this firm, which didn't last long enough to leave a record in city directories or tax lists, is in the... Click for details

Heavy Philadelphia Coin Silver Table Fork Engraved w/Monogram & "USA"
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Fiddle-Handled

Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20160807-07   $45.00

Heavy Philadelphia Coin Silver Table Fork Engraved w/Monogram &
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Offered is a scarce American coin silver fiddle pattern table fork by Philadelphia silversmith Peter G. Perdriaux, working circa 1850s. Perdriaux was born circa 1830 and died circa 1865, cutting short a promising career as a manufacturer. This fork is of typically good quality, measuring about 7 1/8 inches in length and weighing approximately 50 grams. It is engraved with a period script monogram, and below that is engraved (probably slightly later, but within the same generation) "USA". ... Click for details

Very Good San Francisco Coin Silver Cup c.1852-59 - Joseph Bros. & Co.
Silver : Coin Silver : Hollowware

Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20160807-06   Sold

Very Good San Francisco Coin Silver Cup c.1852-59 - Joseph Bros. & Co.
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Offered is a good California coin silver cup retailed by Joseph Brothers & Company, working in San Francisco circa 1852-59. In 1854 this firm was located at 149 Montgomery Street. Like most San Francisco coin silver hollowware, this piece was manufactured on the East Coast (in this case by Gorham) and retailed by jewelers in watchmakers. Joseph Brothers & Co. was a relatively minor firm, and their mark is not seen that often. This piece is nicely engraved with a period monogram in a central... Click for details

Very Rare Philadelphia Teaspoon by Charles W. Westphal Circa 1805-15
Silver : Coin Silver : 18th and Early 19th Century

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20160807-05   Sold

Very Rare Philadelphia Teaspoon by Charles W. Westphal Circa 1805-15
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Offered is a very scarce early American coin silver teaspoon bearing the mark of Charles (Carl) W. Westphal (Westphall), a silversmith, goldsmith and watch-case maker working in Philadelphia circa 1799-1821. Westphal was born in Germany circa 1776 and died in Philadelphia in 1821. He seems to have focused on making watch cases, as his silver flatware seems to be virtually non-existent. Aside from this teaspoon, the mark from which was used for the book "Philadelphia Silversmiths" by Hollan,... Click for details

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