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Teaspoon, pseudohallmarks +Taylor& Hinsdale,NY
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Gebelein  
4423   $70

Teaspoon, pseudohallmarks +Taylor& Hinsdale,NY
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Downturned handle, fiddle shell, also shell on heel, rounded chamfered fins. Length 6-1/8". Overall and mark condition are excellent. The lengthwise script monogram is JOB.

Three teaspoons by Isaac Hutton, Albany, circa 1805
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Gebelein  
4408   $195

Three teaspoons by Isaac Hutton, Albany, circa 1805
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Coffin end; incised arch drop. Length 4-5/8". The monogram is a block MP in a bright cut reserve. Mark condition is excellent; overall condition is also excellent except that one spoon has a bowl dent. These spoons could be a little earlier than 1805 judging by the block monogram and the small size of the spoons.

Jenny Lind coin silver flatware starter set for 6
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North Hill Antiques  
481   $1000.00

Jenny Lind coin silver flatware starter set for 6
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Made by Albert Coles, NYC, c1850-60 -- consisting of: 6 table (or serving) spoons - 8-1/4"; 6 forks - 7-3/4"; 6 hollow-handle knives with silver blades - 7-1/2"; 6 teaspoons - 6-1/4" long. Total weight is 30 Troy oz. The forks have a bit of tinewear, otherwise the set is in remarkably fine condition.

Two fiddle shell teaspoons by S.Willis, Boston, c.1825
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Gebelein  
A6334   $80

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 Nathan Hobbs, Boston, c.1830
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Gebelein  
109   $40

Fiddle shell teaspoon by Nathan Hobbs, Boston, c.1830
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Sharp fins. Length 5-3/4". The monogram is a script SH. Overall condition is excellent. Mark condition is very good.

Fiddle shell teaspoon by William Thomson, NY, c.1830
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Gebelein  
108   $40

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.

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Sugar tongs marked H, circa 1840
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Gebelein  
A113   $95

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

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

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.

Teaspoon by John Targee, NYC, circa 1815
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Gebelein  
918F   $20

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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