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PAIR OF SALTS, John Kitts, Louisville, KY (c 1845-1855)
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7126C   $1,250.00

PAIR OF SALTS, John Kitts, Louisville, KY (c 1845-1855)
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Pair of coin silver salts, John Kitts, Louisville, Kentucky (c. 1845-1855), 3-1/4" long by 2-1/2" wide (2-13/16" by 2-1/8" at lip), gadrooned lip and flowers and vines around body, four cast legs with wide shell terminals and stepped pad feet, cartouche on each side of body, one with script monogram "Taylor", marked underneath "KITTS" in rectangular punch with small oval punch on each side and "PURE COIN" incuse. Heavy and solid.

Southern lemon strainer -- James Conning, Mobile, Ala
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685   $4250.00

Southern lemon strainer -- James Conning, Mobile, Ala
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Rare form in American silver. this piece was made about 1840 -- 4" diameter bowl with cast handle and hook for suspending the strainer over punch bowl. Length over handle is 5-5/8". Marked J.CONNING MOBILE (see pix. Condition is excellent throughout.

Pair coin silver teaspoons by W&A Cooper, OH & KY
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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.

SOUP LADLE, Brown & Anderson, Wilmington, NC c. 1850-71
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7075   $495.00

SOUP LADLE, Brown & Anderson, Wilmington, NC c. 1850-71
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Coin silver soup ladle, retailed by Brown & Anderson, Wilmington, NC (c. 1850-1871), 12-3/4" long, 4-3/8" wide oval bowl, Mayflower pattern, feather script monogram "MJH" and March 5, 1869" on front of handle, marked "W & H" for Wood and Hughes and "BROWN & ANDERSON" incuse.

BRIGHT CUT SUGAR TONGS, George Aiken, Baltimore
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7059C   $225.00

BRIGHT CUT SUGAR TONGS, George Aiken, Baltimore
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Coin silver sugar tongs, George Aiken, Baltimore, Maryland (c.1787-1800), 6-1/8" long, plain acorn nips, straight sides narrow just before bend, beautiful diamond cut bright cut down entire sides of arms and around edge of bend with elaborate cartouche with feather script monogram "HRH" inside, marked "G. Aiken" (script) on each arm (somewhat difficult to read).

Pr teaspoons by T.J. Shepard, Georgetown, KY, c1840
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659   $150.00

Pr teaspoons by T.J. Shepard, Georgetown, KY, c1840
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Description: pinched-waist fiddle handles, pointed shoulders, feathered script mono M W on front; 6: long. Slight tipwear, otherwise fine.

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Coin Silver Fork, E. A. Tyler, New Orleans
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SS0202-520   $100.00

Coin Silver Fork, E. A. Tyler, New Orleans
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Coin silver dessert fork in the fiddle thread pattern, 6 3/4 inches long. Tines worn. Engrave "FJK" on reverse in copperplate script. Marked "E.A.TYLER.NEW ORLEANS" in rectangle. Tyler was in business in New Orleans, Louisiana from 1838 to 1879. This fork is probably from the 1845 to 1861 period.

S. Wilmot teaspoon, Charleston or Savannah
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BB0502-2   $100.00

S. Wilmot teaspoon, Charleston or Savannah
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Coin silver teaspoon marked "S WILMOT" in rectangle. Fiddle thread pattern. This is either the mark of Samuel Wilmot of New Haven, CT, Georgetown, SC (1824-37) and Charleston, SC (1838-41) or of Samuel Wimot of Savannah, GA c. 1850-56. It could be either. It looks very mcuh like the mark attributed by Belden to the Charleston Wilmot. Probably made in NYC and sold in SC or GA. Most fiddle thread of this period was made in NYC and then sent throughout the country. S. Wilmot of Ga. may have... Click for details

Coin Silver Serving Spoon, J. Adam, Alexandria, VA
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BB0601-03   Sold

Coin Silver Serving Spoon, J. Adam, Alexandria, VA
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Coin silver serving spoon by John Adam of Alexandria, Virginia, ca. 1801-1846. Nine inches long. Fiddle handle is ribbed on reverse. Engraved "GSH" in copperplate script. Marked "I [bullet] ADAM." in rectangle. Broad drop. Handle appears to have been slightly bent where fiddle meets stem, but you have to look closely to see this minor defect. Only the slightest bowl wear on the left. In very good condition.

Pair dessert spoons by R.H.L.Villard, Washington, DC
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679   $150.00

Pair dessert spoons by R.H.L.Villard, Washington, DC
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Downturned fiddle handles, c1835 - pointed shoulders, drop on bowl back, feathered script C A L on front; 7-1/4" in length. Excellent condition on both.

Set of 3 teaspoons by R.H.L.Villard, Washington, DC
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658   $145.00

Set of 3 teaspoons by R.H.L.Villard, Washington, DC
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Narrow downturned handles, c1835 -- pointed shoulders, drop on bowl back, never engraved; 5-3/4" long. Stress crack at handle join on one, others are fine.

Paris, Kentucky Coin Silver Tablespoon, W Hinton
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SS998-210   $125.00

Paris, Kentucky Coin Silver Tablespoon, W Hinton
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A coin silver tablespoon/serving spoon, 8 1/4 inches long, retailed by William M. Hinton of Kentucky. He was in Paris, Kentucky form c. 1844-1847, in Shelbyville, Kentucky from c. 1847-1854, and again in Paris c. 1854. Manufactured by the Norton/Seymour group in Syracuse, NY, working ca. 1849-60 as shown by the Star/D/Eagle mark on the reverse, which places the spoon from ca. 1849-54. Also marked "W M HINTON" incuse on the reverse. Sales in the South by local retailers dealing in Northern... Click for details

L'ville, Kentucky Coin Silver Tablespoon, W Kendrick
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L'ville, Kentucky Coin Silver Tablespoon, W Kendrick
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A coin silver tablespoon/serving spoon from William Kendrick of Louisville, Kentucky, 8 & 15/16 inches long. Fiddle tipt pattern. Engraved "EJ" in cursive on the front handle. Marked "Wm.KENDRICK" on the reverse. Kendrick was in business from 1824-1880. This spoon is of a design common from at least 1840-1860. In very good condition.

L'ville, Kentucky Coin silver Tablespoons, W Kendrick
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SS998-178   Sold

L'ville, Kentucky  Coin silver Tablespoons, W Kendrick
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A pair of coin silver tablespoons/serving spoons, 8 and 11/16 inches long, marked "W. KENDRICK LOUISVILLE" incuse on the reverse for William Kendrick, working 1824-80. These fiddle tipt spoons appear to be of the 1840-1860 period. Engrave "AMC" [?, rubbed] in cursive on the front of the handle. Some wear on the tip of the bowls, more noticeable on one in which the tip is barely beginning to curl, but still serviceable.

Lexington, Kentucky Coin Silver Tablespoons
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SS1298-243   $150.00

Lexington, Kentucky Coin Silver Tablespoons
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3 Coin Silver Tablespoons/Serving Spoons, 8 1/2 inches long, marked "H FLETCHER." incuse for Henry Fletcher of Lexington, Kentucky, working ca. 1818-1830. engrave "WEC" on the front of the handle. Significant tip wear but still useable. The price reflects the condition.

Lexington, Kentucky Coin Silver Tablespoons
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SS1298-243   $150.00

Lexington, Kentucky Coin Silver Tablespoons
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3 Coin Silver Tablespoons/Serving Spoons, 8 1/2 inches long, marked "H FLETCHER." incuse for Henry Fletcher of Lexington, Kentucky, working ca. 1818-1830. engrave "WEC" on the front of the handle. Significant tip wear but still useable. The price reflects the condition.

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