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Birdback teaspoon by Joseph Lownes, Phila., c1790
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : 18th Century

North Hill Antiques  
108R   $300.00

Birdback teaspoon by Joseph Lownes, Phila., c1790
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Crisp spread-wing bird on back of bowl, oval-end handle, feathered script mono H C on front; 5-1/4" long. Condition is near-mint -- both spoon and bird.

Sheaf-of-FLAX cold meat fork by Gebelein
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

North Hill Antiques  
1014   $125.00

Sheaf-of-FLAX cold meat fork  by Gebelein
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In the 1930s, Gebelein was commissioned to design a pattern based on the classic Sheaf-of-Wheat, but unique: a Sheaf-of-Flax. Only a few pieces were produced. This cold meat fork is 6-1/4" long and weighs a hefty 36 grams. It is in mint condition. Several other pieces remain in our collection.

Set of 6 beaded-edge forks by Gale & Son, NYC, 1855
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Early Patterns

North Hill Antiques  
477   $250.00

Set of 6 beaded-edge forks by Gale & Son, NYC, 1855
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Luncheon forks, 7" in length, feathered script mono RMLM on front, RMW on reverse. Weight is 278 grams, just shy of 9 T oz. Condition is excellent. (Other beaded-edge flatwear available.)

TEASPOONS (6), John Norton, York, PA (c. 1800)
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware

Hampton Galleries  
6914A   $450.00

TEASPOONS (6), John Norton, York, PA (c. 1800)
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Very rare set of six coin silver teaspoons by John Norton, York, Pennsylvania (c. 1800), 5-1/4" long, full bowls, raised V drop, downturned long pointed handles, feather script monogram "MF" on front, marked "J Norton" (script) in conforming punch (somewhat rubbed on all).

Coffin-end serving spoon by Wm. Moulton, Newburyport
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Coffin-End

North Hill Antiques  
262   $125.00

Coffin-end serving spoon by Wm. Moulton, Newburyport
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Coffin-fiddle handle, c1810 -- square shoulders, feathered script mono L T on front; 9-3/8" long. Weight is over 1.5 T oz. Condition is excellent, no tipwear at all.

Pair tablespoons by J.T. Dusenberry, NYC, c1835
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Fiddle-Handled

North Hill Antiques  
370   $125.00

Pair tablespoons by J.T. Dusenberry, NYC, c1835
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Downturned fiddle handle, flared shoulders, script mono T.A. Hatch on front; 8-5/8" long. Combined weight is a tad over 3 T oz. Overall condition is excellent, mark is outstanding (see pic).

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Teaspoon marked B.B in rectangle, c.1810
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware

Gebelein  
4920   $75.00

Teaspoon marked B.B in rectangle, c.1810
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Bright cut, pointed end, downturned handle, V drop, not tipt. Maker's mark is near end of handle. Length 5-3/8". The monogram is a block H/EM. Overall condition is good (some tip wear); mark condition is excellent.

6 Tablespoons by Stephen Emery, Boston, c.1790
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware

Gebelein  
4922   $750.00

6 Tablespoons by Stephen Emery, Boston, c.1790
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Bright cut, downturned handles, rounded end, slightly tipt, drop. Length 8-1/2"; weight 2.2 troy ounces each. Overall condition ranges from excellent to very good; mark condition is very good.

Tablespoon by John Burger, NYC, c.1800
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware

Gebelein  
4919   $130.00

Tablespoon by John Burger, NYC, c.1800
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Oval end, downturned handle, bright cut, drop,tipt on back. Mark is Burger in a rectangle and the bust of a bird looking to viewer's right. Length is 9-1/4". Weight 1.8 troy ounces. Overall condition is good (some tip wear); mark condition is fair (bird excellent).

Ladle awarded at a Missouri county fair around 1850
Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces

North Hill Antiques  
873   $225.00

Ladle awarded at a Missouri county fair around 1850
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Made by E. Jaccard & Co., St. Louis -- at 8-7/8" in length, it is a mid-sized ladle suitable for serving soup out of a small crock, or gravy out of a large bowl, or grog out of a middlin'-sized cup, or perhaps it is an oyster ladle used to pluck the briny shellfish out of whatever they are served in. In the event, it is a neat piece, with a pinched-waist fiddle handle, high pointed shoulders and a 2-7/8" oval bowl, and engraved on the front the letters B.C.A.M.A. -- which most likely stand... Click for details

Joab Gillett coin silver tablespoon, Cazenovia regional
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware

Bruce Cherner Antique Silver  
2089   $75.00

Joab Gillett coin silver tablespoon, Cazenovia regional
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interest.

Readers of our little web page know that there's not much coin silver flatware here-- that is, pieces made between 1825 and 1868 in the good old U.S. of A. Why? Because most of it was thin, mass produced, and of inferior quality. Indeed, the majority of what we now see was made in New York, Boston or Philly and simply stamped with local marks.

But then again there are items such as this spoon by Joab Gillett of Cazenovia, a man who did actually work as a silversmith, which... Click for details

Set of 4 VT teaspoons by Phinney & Mead, Montpelier
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Fiddle-Handled

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368   $20.00

Set of 4 VT teaspoons by Phinney & Mead, Montpelier
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Spatulate-end fiddle handle with flared shoulders; full-name mono on the front, S.M. Stewart in feathered script. Length is 6", condition is excellent, no tipwear at all. The Phinney & Mead partnership lasted from 1850-57 (see David Perrin's book on Vermont silversmiths).

Pair coffin-end serving spoons by Sayre & Richards, NYC
Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces

North Hill Antiques  
874   $125.00

Pair coffin-end serving spoons by Sayre & Richards, NYC
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Classic coffin-end form, with handle tapering from end to bowl, c1802 -- feathered script mono E F B on front; 9-1/8" long. Combined weight of 105 grams. Condition is excellent, no wear.

Tobias Stoutenburgh colonial American tablespoon,
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : 18th Century

Bruce Cherner Antique Silver  
2078   $695.00

Tobias Stoutenburgh colonial American tablespoon,
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New York circa 1750, with round upturned end, spatulate midrib, long elliptical bowl and molded drop, length 7 3/4 inches, weight 1.72 oz. Troy.

There is slight tip wear from right handed use, a few minor insults to the bowl (including a scratch, reverse), and significant wear to the monogram "B / E * E". On the whole, however, this spoon presents itself well. To quote Quimby in American Silver at Winterthur, "Stoutenburgh left a small body of high quality work". Here is a chance to own... Click for details

Pair serving spoons by Thomas McConnell, Wilmington
Silver : Coin Silver : Southern

North Hill Antiques  
662   $400.00

Pair serving spoons by Thomas McConnell, Wilmington
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Early fiddle handle, c1815 -- slight pointed shoulders, drop on bowl back, feathered script mono M P on front; 9" in length. Weight is 2 T oz. each. Condition is excellent.

Tablespoon by George Mitchell, Hannibal, MO, c1860
Silver : Coin Silver : Southern

North Hill Antiques  
341   $100.00

Tablespoon by George Mitchell, Hannibal, MO, c1860
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Pinched-waist fiddle handle, pointed shoulders, script mono on front; 8-1/8" in length. Condition is fine. Mitchell is not listed in any of the books dedicated to Missouri silver. However, the 1860 census lists George Mitchell, age 41, as a jeweller, with a wife and 2 sons. Further, spoons have been collected which show both Mitchell's mark and his home town of Hannibal. Probably by this time, Sam Clemens would have moved east.

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