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Two fiddle shell teaspoons by S.Willis, Boston, c.1825
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Gebelein  
A6334   $80.00

Two fiddle shell teaspoons by S.Willis, Boston, c.1825
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Sharp fins. Length 6-1/4". No monogram. Overall condition is excellent. Mark condition is poor.

Fiddle shell teaspoon by William Thomson, NY, c.1830
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Gebelein  
108   $40.00

Fiddle shell teaspoon by William Thomson, NY, c.1830
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Rounded fins, shell on back of bowl. Length 5-7/8". No monogram. Mark condition is excellent. Overall condition is excellent except that the shell on the back of the bowl is somewhat worn and there are a couple of minor dents in the bowl.

Crumber by Crosby, Hunnewell & Morse; Boston; c.1864
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Gebelein  
4383   $225.00

Crumber by Crosby, Hunnewell & Morse; Boston; c.1864
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Top of blade engraved, scalloped edge around three sides. Handle has bead design on both sides. Length 12-3/16". Blade length 6-3/16"; width 2-1/2". Weight 4.45 troy ounces. The monogram on the top of the blade is an Old English EP in an elliptical reserve. This is for Elizabeth Parsons who married Dr. George Derby in Cambridge, MA in 1864. Overall and mark condition are excellent.

Sugar tongs marked H, circa 1840
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Gebelein  
A113   $95.00

Sugar tongs marked H, circa 1840
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Fiddle, sharp fins, broad elliptical grips. Length 6-1/4". The monogram at the bow is a script CN. Marked inside each arm. Yale attributes this mark to David Hempstead of New London, CT. See Silver magazine, March/April 1990 for discussion of mark. Overall and mark condition are excellent.

Sugar tongs by John Burger, NYC, circa 1790's
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Gebelein  
1372   $275.00

Sugar tongs by John Burger, NYC, circa 1790's
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Bright cut, small elliptical grips. Marked inside each arm, including an eagle that is probably a journeyman's mark. Length 6-3/8". The monogram at the bow is a script SC. Overall and mark condition are excellent.

6 Teaspoons, unmarked, coffin end, circa 1805
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Gebelein  
971   $295.00

6 Teaspoons, unmarked, coffin end, circa 1805
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Downturned handles. Length 5-5/8". The monogram is a script PC. Overall condition is near mint. An unusual, stylish form of coffin end spoons.

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Teaspoon by John Targee, NYC, circa 1815
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Gebelein  
918F   $20.00

Teaspoon by John Targee, NYC, circa 1815
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Marked I.T. in a rectangle, uncrowned leopard's head, and a P (see McGrew, page 119). Length 5-7/8". The monogram is a lengthwise script CS (superimposed). Overall and mark condition are excellent (minor dents in bowl).

Teaspoon by Thomas Richards, NYC, circa 1820
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Gebelein  
918E   $30.00

Teaspoon by Thomas Richards, NYC, circa 1820
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Downturned fiddle, drop, tipt on back. Length 5-7/8". The monogram is a lengthwise script DLMS(?). Overall and mark condition are excellent.

Teaspoon by Clement Davison, New York, c. 1820's
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Gebelein  
512E   $25.00

Teaspoon by Clement Davison, New York, c. 1820's
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Downturned fiddle, no fins, drop, tipt on back. Length 6". The monogram is a lengthwise script SM (nice engraving). Overall condition is excellent (near mint). Mark condition is very good (C Davison in a rectangle, and an eagle looking right in a horizontal ellipse - see McGrew page 88).

Teaspoon by Sigourney&Hitchcock; Watertown,NY,c.1850
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Gebelein  
473   $25.00

Teaspoon by Sigourney&Hitchcock; Watertown,NY,c.1850
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Upturned handle, fiddle, tipt on top, rounded fins. Marked PREMIUM/ SIGOURNEY&HITCHCOCK /PURE COIN. Length 5-13/16". Overall and mark condition are excellent (near mint).

Fiddle teaspoon by Hall& Hewson; Albany,NY;c.1840
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Gebelein  
188   $15.00

Fiddle teaspoon by Hall& Hewson; Albany,NY;c.1840
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Rounded fins. Retailed by George Swortfiguer of Schenectady, NY. Length 5-1/2". The monogram is a lengthwise script EW. Overall condition is excellent (minor dents in bowl). Mark condition is very good.

Fiddle teaspoon by Isaac Hutton; Albany,NY; c.1815
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Gebelein  
187   $25.00

Fiddle teaspoon by Isaac Hutton; Albany,NY; c.1815
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No fins. The mark is HUTTTON in a rectangle (not sure whether this is a rare typo mark or whether it is doublestruck). Length 5-5/8". The monogram is a lengthwise script JMP. Overall and mark condition are excellent (other than the mark anomaly mentioned above).

Tablespoon by Jabez Gorham & Son;Providence,c. 1840's
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Gebelein  
4305   $30.00

Tablespoon by Jabez Gorham & Son;Providence,c. 1840's
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Downturned handle, fiddle, rounded fins. Length 8-5/8". The monogram is a lengthwise script LAP. Mark condition of the name is excellent; mark condition of "Providence" is poor. Overall condition of the spoon is excellent except for a small tear at the base of the bowl. Notes: (1)this mark of J.GORHAM&SON, all in caps, is not illustrated in Carpenter, Belden, or Flynt & Fales (2) this is really a pair, but the second spoon has two small tears in the bowl and the bowl needs regulating. The price... Click for details

Annapolis coin silver tablespoon by Benjamin Mead,c1820
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North Hill Antiques  
664   $475.00

Annapolis coin silver tablespoon by Benjamin Mead,c1820
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Benjamin Mead is cited as an Annapolis silversmith (and storekeeper, etc) by Whisker et al in "Maryland Clockmakers" and allied craftsmen. Quoted are excerpts from the Maryland Gazette of 9/11/1819, 11/11/19 and 1/11/21, which depict Mead's work. This spoon appears to be a modified coffin-end -- that is, the handle end is sliced lengthwise rather than clipped (see pic). It has square shoulders, is 8-5/8" long, and the mono is E M. Overall condition is excellent. (NOTE: Flynt & Fales, in... Click for details

Southern coin silver -- John Peabody, NC & TN
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North Hill Antiques  
663   $200.00

Southern coin silver -- John Peabody, NC & TN
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Teaspoon with oval-end fiddle handle, flared shoulders, feathered script mono E B on front; 5-3/8" long, excellent condition. Peabody worked first in Fayetteville, NC, beginning in 1823, and by 1836, according to B. Caldwell's "Silversmiths in Tennessee," he was working in Nashville. The shape of Peabody's fiddle is interesting -- perhaps not unique, but well formed, and an interesting shape to hold and contemplate.

Ball Black & Co. OLIVE .950 standard fish set
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Bruce Cherner Antique Silver  
1346   $425.00

Ball Black & Co. OLIVE .950 standard fish set
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the blade well engraved with three frolicking fishes, knife 11 7/8, fork 9 3/8 inches, fine condition, monogrammed "Lockwood" (obverse, see third photo), weight 8.2 Troy ounces and not too bad a price either we might add... Is my high school English teacher rolling over in her grave? No may God bless her she's still with us!!

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