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Coin Silver Gravy Ladle, "Olive" Pattern
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EB699-107   $125.00

Coin Silver Gravy Ladle,
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Coin silver gravy ladle in the "Olive" pattern, 6 and 3/8 inches long, sold by Farrington & Hunnewell, Boston, ca. 1836-1881. Most likely made around 1860. Marked "[star] F. & H. [star] BOSTON." incuse. Quite possibly made by William Gale in NYC. In excellent condition with only the drop showing any wear. No engraving. A great gravy ladle for holiday or special occasion use.

J. Polhamus Coin Silver Sugar Tongs
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SS998-187   Sold

J. Polhamus Coin Silver Sugar Tongs
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Shell end sugar tongs by John Polhamus while he worked with Henry Hebbard in NYC, 1852-1858. Six and 1/4 inches long. Marked "J. POLHAMUS" incuse and "H" in oval, 5 pointed star in oval, and anchor in diamond on the interior of the handles. Engraved "JCL" on the end. One of the handles has an old, well done, repair, thus the reduced price. Polhamus was a well-known silversmith and designer, who held several patents, and supplied Tiffany & Co. He also had his own jewelry business.

Wood & Hughes "Bead" Coin Silver Sugar Shell
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SS998-193   $65.00

Wood & Hughes
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Coin silver sugar shell in a variant of the Bead pattern by Wood & Hughes, NYC, ca. 1845-99, probably 1850-1870,as the mark of "W & H" in a rectangle was used before 1871. Also marked with a rubbed mark that ends "...ITTENHEIMER". Engraved "Libbie" in cursive on the front. Slight dent in the beading on the right side just above the "L" in "Libbie." Otherwise in "like new" condition. A veryu nice sugar shell. Could also be used as a preserve spoon.

S. Brown Coin Silver Sugar Tongs, NY ca. 1820-50
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ss0202-515   $150.00

S. Brown Coin Silver Sugar Tongs, NY ca. 1820-50
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Large coin silver sugar tongs, 6 and 5/16 inches long, by Samuel L. Brown of New York, NY, ca. 1820-50. Marked "S. BROWN" in a serrated rectangle on the interior of both handles. Engraved "HCH" in copperplate script on the exterior end and "S.R.H." in modern block letters on the interior end. A nice pair of tongs, large enough to use for ice cubes today.

Pr 18thC serving spoons - Thomas Underhill, NYC, c1790
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North Hill Antiques  
882   $150.00

Pr 18thC serving spoons - Thomas Underhill, NYC, c1790
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Oval-end handles, long drops on bowl backs, reverse tipt, block mono A F on front; 8-1/2" long, each over 2 T oz. Condition is near-mint throughout, bowl tips unworn.

Coin Silver SUGAR TONGS, Wm McGrew, Cincinnati OH, 1847
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7028   $125.00

Coin Silver SUGAR TONGS, Wm McGrew, Cincinnati OH, 1847
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Coin silver sugar tongs, William McGrew, Cincinnati, OH (c. 1847), 6-1/4" long, 7-lobed shell nips, Olive pattern variant on each arm, no monogram, marked on each arm incuse "JCM PATENT 1847 W McGREW CINI", good weight

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Pair Josephine butter knives by Gorham, Pat. 1855
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879   $100.00

Pair Josephine butter knives by Gorham, Pat. 1855
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`Retailed by E. Mead & Co., St. Louis -- feathered script mono W F L on scimitar-like blade; 6-3/4" in length. Excellent condition. Josephine was Mary Todd Lincoln's pattern. Other than the last initial of the mono, there is absolutely no indication that these pieces were part of her set.

Coin Silver Gravy Ladle, Syracuse, NY, c. 1849-60
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SS0500-   $85.00

Coin Silver Gravy Ladle, Syracuse, NY, c. 1849-60
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Coin silver gravy ladle, 6 and 7/16 inches long, with the Star, D, Eagle mark attributed by McGrew to the Norton/Seymour group from Syracuse, NY, c. 1849-60. Also marked by the retailer O. G. Carter, incuse, loc. unk. Engraved "CMC" in cursive script on the front handle. Bowl has shallow denting on the left, but otherwise in great condition. A nice piece.

Coin Silver Gravy Ladle, Syracuse, NY
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SS0500-482   $85.00

Coin Silver Gravy Ladle, Syracuse, NY
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Coin silver gravy ladle, broad fiddle tipt, 6 and 7/16 inches long, with the Star-D-Eagle mark attributed by McGrew to Norton & Seymour, B. R. Norton & Co. & Joseph Seymour Co. of Syracuse, NY. C. 1849-60. Also bears the retailers mark of O. G. Carter, incuse, location and date unknown. Engraved "CMC" on the handle. Bowl has minor shallow denting on left side. A nice piece.

Ball Black NYC Coin Silver "Bead" Soup Ladle
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SS0100-406   $425.00

Ball Black NYC Coin Silver
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Magnificent coin silver soup ladle in the "Bead" pattern, probably manufactured by John Pohlamus, retailed by Ball Black & co. c. 1851-76. I would date this from 1851-1860, certainly not after 1970. Engraved "C.A.W." in gothic on the reverse of the handle end. Marked "BALL BLACK & CO" incuse on back in middle of handle.

Platt Bros NYC Coin Silver Fiddle Thread Soup Ladle
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SS0202-522   Sold

Platt Bros NYC Coin Silver Fiddle Thread Soup Ladle
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Heavy coin silver soup ladle in the Fiddle Thread pattern, 13 inches long. No engraving. Marked PLATT BRO" in rectangle. Working 1828-1859 in NYC. A very fine ladle.

NYC Coin Silver Claw End Sugar Tongs
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SS0998-214   $75.00

NYC Coin Silver  Claw End Sugar Tongs
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Coin silver sugar tongs, 5 and 15/16 inches long with claw ends. Marked Lion in a rectangle/D incuse/Lion in a rectangle. The lion is of the type attributed by McGrew to Wm. Thompson, Henry Salisbury & Garrett Eoff of NYC ca. 1810-1860. These are more than likely from 1840-60. Engraved "JJ" or "JT" in cursive script on the end.

J & J Cox NYC Sugar Tongs
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EB0100-129   $165.00

J & J Cox NYC Sugar Tongs
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Heavy silver sugar tongs, 6 and 3/8 inches long by John and James Cox of NYC, working 1817-53. Because of their weight and style I would place them at 1850-3. They have a patented design I have not been able to identify, which is similar to the "Empire" design of John Polhamus of NYC. Marked "J & I COX N.Y. PATEN" in a rectangle on one interior side and with what appears to be an English design registration mark in a diamond design on the other. Note: One correspondent has suggested that... Click for details

NYC Coin Silver Soup Ladle - S. Benedict
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EB-300   $199.00

NYC Coin Silver Soup Ladle - S. Benedict
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Coin silver soup ladle 12 and 5/8 inches long. Manufactured c. 1841-47 by Cunningham, Gilbert & Co. or F. W. Cooper in NYC as the Bust/Lion/C manufacturer's mark is attributed to those firms by McGrew in Manufacturer's Marks on American Coin Silver, pp. 10 & 58. Apparently retailed by Samuel W. Benedict of NYC. "BENEDICT" incuse appears together with the Bust/Lion/C. In Belden at p. 56 the mark "BENEDICT. 5 WALL STREET" incuse appears with the Bust/Lion/C and is attributed to Samuel W.... Click for details

Syracuse Coin Silver Tablespoons 1852
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PD1198-23   $95.00

Syracuse Coin Silver Tablespoons 1852
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3 coin silver tablespoons/serving spoons by Willard & Hawley of Syracuse, NY, 1852. 8 3/8 inches long. Handle is oval fiddle tipt upturned. In excellent condition except for slight turning in of the very tip of the points of the bowls from use, which only shows upon very close inspection. Engraved "F.L.H." in script on the front of the handle. Marked "WILLARD & HAWLEY" in serrated rectangle, "1852" in connected ovals, and "PREMIUM" in serrated rectangle.

"Bead" coin silver gravy/sauce ladle
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SS0799-378   Sold


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Coin silver gravy ladle in the "Bead" pattern, 6 inches long, probably made by John Pohlemus of NYC and sold by Crosby, Hunnewell & Morse, 1861/2 - 1863, Boston, Massachusetts. Engraved "EM" on the reverse in Gothic. Marked "CROSBY, HUNNEWELL & MORSE" and "PURE COIN" incuse on the reverse of the handle. Excellent condition.

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