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Cheese scoop marked Bigelow&Kennard,Boston,1860's.
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware

Gebelein  
4658   $250.00

Cheese scoop marked Bigelow&Kennard,Boston,1860's.
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Oval thread. Length 9-3/8". Weight 2.4 troy ounces. Script monogram on back of handle says Stevens. Overall and mark condition are excellent.

Set of 6 teaspoons by Shepherd & Boyd, Albany
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Fiddle-Handled

North Hill Antiques  
376   $150.00

Set of 6 teaspoons by Shepherd & Boyd, Albany
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Downturned fiddle handles, pointed shoulders, incised pointed arch drop, c1815-20 -- feathered script mono E H E on handle front; 5-3/4" in length. No tipwear, overall condition is excellent.

Pair birdback serving spoons by McFee & Reeder, Phila
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : 18th Century

North Hill Antiques  
108I   $700.00

Pair birdback serving spoons by McFee & Reeder, Phila
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Oval-end handles, c1795 -- brightcutting and roulette work entire length of handle, block mono in I C in cartouche on front; 9" in length. Birds are a tad worn but spoons are in great shape, brightcutting still crisp, marks (M&R) as clear as the day they were struck.

Set of 5 tsps by George Franciscus Jr., Baltimore, 1815
Silver : Coin Silver : Southern

North Hill Antiques  
666   $300.00

Set of 5 tsps by George Franciscus Jr., Baltimore, 1815
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Downturned fiddle handle, no shoulders, drop, shaded old English S on front; 5-1/2" long. Condition is excellent. Franciscus worked in Baltimore from 1810-18, and from 1819-40 in Lancaster, PA. These spoons are fully marked with a shield, the dominical letter A (which denotes 1815 as the year it was made), and the head of liberty. It is rare to find Franciscus silver so clearly associated with Baltimore, the city of his birth.

LUNCHEON KNIVES (12), William Gale & Son, NYC (c. 1856)
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Hampton Galleries  
6894   $525.00

LUNCHEON KNIVES (12), William Gale & Son, NYC (c. 1856)
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Coin silver luncheon knives, William Gale & Son, New York City (c. 1856), 8-1/4" long, 4-3/8" long blades with rounded ends, hollow Mayflower pattern handles, feather script monogram "SCC" ? on one side of handle, marked on one side of blade "W.G &S" in rectangular punch, "1856" in diamond-shaped punch and "G & S" (vertically) in oval punch.

TEASPOONS-6, Joseph Shoemaker, Philadelpia PA-1793-1800
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Hampton Galleries  
7061D   $300.00

TEASPOONS-6, Joseph Shoemaker, Philadelpia PA-1793-1800
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Coin silver teaspoons (6), Joseph Shoemaker, Philadelphia (c. 1793-1800), 5-5/16" long, full bowls, long drop, downturned pointed end handles, feather script monogram "BC" on front, marked "J.SHOEMAKER" (pellet raised) in shaped rectangular punch.

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TABLESPOONS (2), John Sayre, Southampton, NY (c. 1800)
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Hampton Galleries  
7096A   $100.00

TABLESPOONS (2), John Sayre, Southampton, NY (c. 1800)
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Coin silver tablespoons (2), John Sayre, Southampton, New York (c. 1800), 9-1/16" long, large raised V drop, downturned pointed end handles, feather script monogram "C" on front, marked "I.SAYRE" (pellet raised) in rectangular punch.

Set of 6 tsps by Theophilus Bradbury, Newburyport, Mass
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Coffin-End

North Hill Antiques  
260   $250.00

Set of 6 tsps by Theophilus Bradbury, Newburyport, Mass
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Coffin-fiddle handle, c1810-15 -- square shoulders, script mono Sally Dean on front; 5-3/4" in length. Mark is Bradbury's B with the Massachusetts eagle and Indian (see pic). Condition of both spoons and marks is near-mint.

Coin silver eyeglasses with green-tinted lenses
Silver : Coin Silver : Hollowware

North Hill Antiques  
792   $300.00

Coin silver eyeglasses with green-tinted lenses
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Made by William Y. McAllister, Philadelphia, c1830 -- rectangular-shaped lens, 6-1/2" temples with slider extensions, 4-3/8" across lenses. Condition is excellent throughout.

Coin silver soup ladle made for the Rider family
Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces

North Hill Antiques  
892   $325.00

Coin silver soup ladle made for the Rider family
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Marked by John Abbot Jr., Portsmouth, NH, c1825 -- long downturned fiddle handle, square shoulders, script mono J. M. Rider on front; 10" in length, 3-5/8" oval bowl. Condition is excellent.

Set of 6 fiddlethread tablespoons by S. Hoyt & Co., NYC
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Early Patterns

North Hill Antiques  
487   $300.00

Set of 6 fiddlethread tablespoons by S. Hoyt & Co., NYC
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Made about 1850 -- interesting mono on front of handle -- Tudor (see pic); 8" in length, 9-1/2 Troy oz. Condition is excellent.

Pair coin silver teaspoons by W&A Cooper, OH & KY
Silver : Coin Silver : Southern

North Hill Antiques  
674   $100.00

Pair coin silver teaspoons by W&A Cooper, OH & KY
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Interesting double-swell fiddle handles, unusual for midwest and southern silver; pointed shoulders, feathered script mono I S B on front; 5-7/8" in length. Excellent condition. Boultinghouse lists William and Archibald Cooper as forming their partnership in 1836 in Cincinnati, probably moving across the river to Louisville the next year. The mark on these spoons is terrific (see pic), not shown in Boultinghouse.

coin silver youth fork circa 1820,
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Bruce Cherner Antique Silver  
1769   $75.00

coin silver youth fork circa 1820,
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length 4 1/8 inches, upturned handle with front midrib and squared shoulders, as is so often the case with youth items the tines are a bit askew but otherwise in good condition, no monogram, unmarked.

Set of 5 WREATH teaspoons - John Fries, Phila, c1830
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Early Patterns

North Hill Antiques  
482   $75.00

Set of 5 WREATH teaspoons - John Fries, Phila, c1830
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The wreath pattern came into existence in Philadelphia about the same time as the sheaf-of-wheat and basket-of-flowers patterns. It never caught on outside Philly. Each of these 5 is in near-mint condition, the wreath crisp, the bowl tips unworn. The mono is L H F in feathered script. They have pointed shoulders and there is a drop on the bowl back. Length is 6".

Gorham's Corinthian - 5-piece service for 12
Silver : Sterling : Flatware

North Hill Antiques  
1008   $3000.00

Gorham's Corinthian - 5-piece service for 12
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Probably made in the year of its patent - 1871. The set consists of 12 dinner forks, 12 luncheon forks, 12 tablespoons, 12 dessert spoons and 12 teaspoons -- a total of 60 pieces with a weight of 77 T oz. NOTE: As often occurs with antique sets of silver, there are no knives. Replacement knives are usually modern, often pistol-handled.

Eagleback teaspoon by Samuel Krause, Bethlehem, PA
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : 18th Century

North Hill Antiques  
108G   $350.00

Eagleback teaspoon by Samuel Krause, Bethlehem, PA
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Eagle-&-shield design in sharp relief on bowl back (as shown); oval-end handle, c1810 -- reverse rib, feathered script mono J L on front; 5-3/4" in length. Condition of both bird and spoon is near-mint.

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