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18thC tsp. by John Lamson, Boston & Baltimore, c1790
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106K   $150.00

18thC tsp. by John Lamson, Boston & Baltimore, c1790
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Pointed-end handle brightcut its entire length, slashed drop, feathered script mono E R in cartouche on front; 5-7/16" long. Lamson presents a bit of a mystery, although he's listed in various books -- Belden, Flynt & Fales, "Maryland Silver," etc. Thorn gives a pretty good representation of his initial mark, which is picked up by Kovel, and is shown in one of the pix associated with this piece. Lamson seems to have begun his working life in Boston, c1790, and by 1817 produced 55 oz of silver... Click for details

Made by GEORGE BUSH - set of 6 teaspoons, c1820
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Fiddle-Handled

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366   $250.00

Made by GEORGE BUSH - set of 6 teaspoons, c1820
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Bush worked in Easton, PA. These spoons have downturned fiddle handle ends with high pointed shoulders and are reverse-tipt; bowl backs have a crescent drop and the mono is M. P. in feathered script; they are 5-7/8" long. Condition is excellent throughout, extended bowl tips unworn. Each piece is nicely marked BUSH (see pic).

18thC salt ladle by James Simmons, NYC, c1802
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109D   $175.00

18thC salt ladle by James Simmons, NYC, c1802
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Oval-end handle, drop, reverse tipt, feathered script mono P C L on front; 4-1/3". Excellent condition.

Charles Branda, Norfolk, VA - serving spoon, c1825
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682   $200.00

Charles Branda, Norfolk, VA - serving spoon, c1825
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Downturned fiddle handle, square shoulders, feathered script mono A M on front; 9" long. Light tipwear, otherwise fine. Mark is excellent (see pic).

Coffin-end mustard ladle by Wm. Burr, Prov., 1805-10
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Coffin-End

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264   $175.00

Coffin-end mustard ladle by Wm. Burr, Prov., 1805-10
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We come across these small coffin-end ladles -- mustards, gravy, sauce -- from time to time and they all seem to be made in New England, particularly in the City of Providence. It is for that reason (and the lack of any other candidate) that we attribute this neat piece to William Burr (see pix of WB mark). This ladle has a cut-cornered fiddle end and is 5-1/4" long. The mono is C L in feathered script. Condition is excellent throughout.

Set of 6 teaspoons - mid-19thC aggie show premiums
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Fiddle-Handled

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358   $150.00

Set of 6 teaspoons - mid-19thC aggie show premiums
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Made by Sigourney & Hitchcock, Watertown, NY, for the Jeff. Co. Agl. Soc. (see pix). Watertown is the center of Jefferson County in upstate NY. Description of the spoons is as follows: forward-tipt fiddle handles, flared shoulders, 6" in length. Condition is very good - a few bowl dings and very little wear. Agricultural premium silver is always interesting as an artifact of 19thC rural American history.

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New Castle, PA, spoons by J.C. Hanna, c1850
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Fiddle-Handled

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363   $200.00

New Castle, PA, spoons by J.C. Hanna, c1850
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Set of 6 forward-tipt fiddle-handled teaspoons with flared shoulders. Feathered script mono J.L.C. on front; 5-7/8" long, excellent condition. NOTE: In putting together the book on North Carolina silversmiths, Cutten assumed that the N.C. following the Hanna mark referred to North Carolina, and that silver found with the mark was made by an unidentified NC smith. Not until some years later did the truth out. You can read about the Hanna department store in New Castle by typing the... Click for details

Bethlehem, PA, teaspoon by John M. Miksch, c1840
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397   $40.00

Bethlehem, PA, teaspoon by John M. Miksch, c1840
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Downturned fiddle handle, pointed shoulders, drop, feathered script C.J.L. on front; 6" long. Condition is excellent, bowl tip unworn.

Wisconsin coin silver serving spoon, c1850
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893   $85.00

Wisconsin coin silver serving spoon, c1850
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Marked S.C. SPAULDING; also marked JANESVILL (no E) WIS, and also COIN. Spaulding was the retailer of this piece. It's also struck with 3 pseudos, the marks of the maker, Hall, Hewson in Albany. Description as follows: forward-tipt fiddle handle, flared shoulders, script mono Gray on front of handle, 8-5/8" long. It is in excellent condition, bowl unworn. Wisconsin coin silver - especially when it is self-identified, so to speak - is extremely rare, almost unheard of; as a matter of fact,... Click for details

Coin silver sauce ladle marked HASTINGS, c1835
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895   $75.00

Coin silver sauce ladle marked HASTINGS, c1835
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On the basis of style (wide stubby fiddle handle and unusual high angular shoulders), we've attributed this piece to B.B. Hastings of Cleveland. The ladle is 6-1/8" long and the mono is I.A.A. in feathered script. Aside from an incompletely struck mark, condition is excellent.

Kentucky coin silver - John Best & Co., Lexington
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670   $250.00

Kentucky coin silver - John Best & Co., Lexington
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Set of 6 teaspoons, c1870 - pinched-waist fiddle handle, pointed shoulders, script mono L.M.S. on front; 6" long, excellent condition.

Pair sauce/gravy ladles in fiddlethread pattern
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479   $275.00

Pair sauce/gravy ladles in fiddlethread pattern
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Marked S. H. & G., location unknown, c1860 - flared shoulders, script mono FCME on front; 7-1/4" long; 2-1/2" oval bowl. Condition is excellent.

Teaspoon by Charles A. Burnett, Alexandria, c1795
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672   $125.00

Teaspoon by Charles A. Burnett, Alexandria, c1795
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Oval-end handle, drop, feathered script A on front; 5-3/8" long. Neat little spoon and in fine condition.

Pair tablespoons by Isaac Hutton, Albany, c1800
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Coffin-End

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269   $150.00

Pair tablespoons by Isaac Hutton, Albany, c1800
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Classic coffin-end handles with shaded block mono DM on front -- incised pointed-arch drop on bowl backs; 9-5/8" in length. Condition of both is excellent.

Pair serving spoons by Thaddeus Keeler, NYC
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Coffin-End

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271   $100.00

Pair serving spoons by Thaddeus Keeler, NYC
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Coffin-fiddle handle, c1810 - large molded pointed-arch drop; dual mono, both in feathered script on front: G B C and, probably later, F C C C; 9-5/8" in length. Very slight tipwear, otherwise excellent.

Pair tablespoons by Sayre & Richards, NYC, c1805
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Coffin-End

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274   $175.00

Pair tablespoons by Sayre & Richards, NYC, c1805
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Classic coffin-end handle, molded drop, script JC on front; 9-3/8" long, excellent weight. Mint condition, extended bowl tips unworn.

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