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Gorham "Beaded" Coin Silver Ice Cream Serving Spade
Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces

Old Friends  
1917f   $125.00

Gorham
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Marked "Patent 1861," "Beaded" is one of Gorham's earliest line patterns. It was produced for a considerable period of time and made in both coin and sterling silver. This example is marked "Coin," so dates to 1868, the year Gorham went to sterling, or earlier.

It is a large, 9 1/4" long, approximately 2.5 T. oz., ice cream server. It has an oval blade with two ribs in the bottom, notched shoulders, a beveled edge, and a gold washed upper surface. This is shallowly concave and more of a... Click for details

Gorham "Ionic" Coin Silver Large Serving Spoon
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Old Friends  
1905f   $115.00

Gorham
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Marked "Patent 1867" on the backside of the handle, and stamped with a lion, anchor, G, "Ionic" is one of Gorham's earliest full line patterns. It was also issued just before Gorham went from coin silver to a sterling standard in 1868 and examples of it are rather uncommon.

This example is a large, 8 1/2" long, 2.3 T. oz., serving spoon. It has a large, round bowl with a rippled base and notched shoulders. It is finished in a mostly intact, bright gold wash front and backsides. The piece... Click for details

Gale, Wood & Hughes Coin Silver Dessert Spoon
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Old Friends  
1891f   $32.00

Gale, Wood & Hughes Coin Silver Dessert Spoon
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Marked with an eagle and bust pseudo hallmark, along with the letters "G.W&H" this 1840s spoon traces to three premier names in 19th century silver manufacturing, specifically William Gale, and later the independent partnership of Wood of Hughes, all of New York.

It is dessert size, 7" long, and weighing approximately 1.0 T. oz. It has a down-turned, reverse tipt end, and a lined drop on the bowl. There is a feathered script "HT" monogram.

The condition is very good. The bowl remains... Click for details

Serving spoon by Tiffany, circa 1840's
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware

Gebelein  
5119   $295

Serving spoon by Tiffany, circa 1840's
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Fluted bowl. Olive pattern. Length 12-5/8". Weight 4-3/4 troy ounces. The monogram is a lengthwise script SHA. Overall and mark condition are excellent.

Sugar tongs by R&W Wilson, Phila, c. 1840's
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Early Patterns

Gebelein  
5115   $150

Sugar tongs by R&W Wilson, Phila, c. 1840's
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Kings pattern (shell, etc. each side of handle). Shell claws. Length 7". Weight 3-1/3 troy ounces. The monogram at the bow is a script H. Overall and mark condition are excellent (good tension).

Serving spoon maried Rumrill (NYC), c.18840's
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Early Patterns

Gebelein  
5114   $200

Serving spoon maried Rumrill (NYC), c.18840's
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Floral engraving on shaped bowl. Olive pattern. Length 9-1/4". Weight 2.85 troy ounces. The monogram is a lengthwise script SHC(?). Overall and mark condition are excellent.

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Newburgh, NY, Large Coin Silver Tongs
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Old Friends  
1849pb   $65.00

Newburgh, NY, Large Coin Silver Tongs
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Citing Cutten, McGrew in his benchmark work on pseudo hallmarks, identifies the "eagle, arm and hammer, bust," mark as belonging to "one of eleven silversmith firms . . . operating in Newburgh, NY, after 1830." That attribution is consistent with the origin of this estate pair of 6 1/4" long, 1.2 T. oz., coin silver tongs. They have a family provenance that traces to that area and period.

They have matching, sculpted arms (each one hallmarked on the inside), scallop shell grips, and a flat... Click for details

4 Matched Albert Coles "Fleur de Lis" Coin Silver Forks
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Old Friends  
1840f   $225

4 Matched Albert Coles
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Each of these four forks measures 7 3/8" long and is heavy, with the set weighing 6.2 T. oz. They date from the third quarter of the 19th century and all have a fancy, feathered script "ELH" monogram set sideways on the handle.

The pattern is "Fleur de Lis" by Albert Coles, whose three part pseudo hallmark is stamped on the backsides.

They are in excellent condition. The tines are all even, pointed, and straight. There is no obvious polishing wear, with the pattern detail and... Click for details

Jeffrey Brackett "Tipt" Coin Silver Master Butter Knife
Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces

Old Friends  
1838f   $60.00

Jeffrey Brackett
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Unusually proportioned, this elongated coin silver master butter knife measures a full 8" long overall and weighs a substantial 1.4 T. oz. The flat, blunt end blade comprises 3" of this length, while the slender handle with a rounded, tipt end, comprises 5". There is a stylish, well-formed, script "LB" engraved on the front of the gently arched handle.

The maker's stamp is "Jeffrey R. Brackett," along with the word "Boston." Brackett is well documented, identified as working as a... Click for details

6 Teaspoons by P.Fries, Phila, ,circa 1840's
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Gebelein  
5106   $180

6 Teaspoons by P.Fries, Phila, ,circa 1840's
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Downturned fiddle with elliptical foliate wreath-swaged design on handles. Incised drop. Length 6". Weight 5/8 troy ounce each. Mark condition is excellent. Overall condition is excellent except for dents in the bowls.

Sugar tongs by J&WL Ward, Phila, circa 1840's
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Gebelein  
5098   $95

Sugar tongs by J&WL Ward, Phila, circa 1840's
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Fiddle, chicken claws, good tension. Length 6-7/8" Weight just under 2 troy ounces. The monogram is a script AW at the bow. Overall and mark condition are excellent.

Pair of tablespoons marked B&J, style of 1790's
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware

Gebelein  
5097   $185

Pair of tablespoons marked B&J, style of 1790's
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Downturned handles, rounded end, no drop, not tipt. Is this Boyce&Jones(1825-1829)?. The mark on these spoons is not the same as the Boyce&Jones mark shown in Robert Alan Green. Length 9-1/4". Weight 2.2 troy ounces each. The monogram is a script W. Overall and mark condition are excellent.

12 Dessert spoons by Jos.Richardson,Jr., c.1790's
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware

Gebelein  
5096   $1,800

12 Dessert spoons by Jos.Richardson,Jr., c.1790's
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Bright cut, drop, tipt on back. Each spoon marked twice. Length 7". Weight a little over 1 troy ounce each. The monogram is a script P in a reserve. Overall and mark condition are excellent.

8 Teaspoons by Joseph Richadson, Jr. Circa 1790's
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : 18th Century

Gebelein  
5095   $800

8 Teaspoons by Joseph Richadson, Jr. Circa 1790's
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Bright cut, tipt on back. Each spoon marked twice. Length 5-3/8" Weight 10 dwt each. The monogram is a script P in a reserve. Overall and mark condition are excellent. These spoons had previously been sold by Gebelein in 1969.

Pair of tablespoons by Van Voorhis, NY, c.1790's
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware

Gebelein  
5094   $500

Pair of tablespoons by Van Voorhis, NY, c.1790's
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Marked twice D.V.VOORHIS in a rectangle, plus an eagle with a shield on its chest, in a diamond cartouche. Bright cut, modeled drop, tipt on back. Length 9". Weight just over 2 troy oz. each. Lengthwise script monogram LAC in a reserve. Overall condition is excellent. Mark condition is very good (one spoon has the mark rubbed at one end, the other spoon with mark rubbed at the other end).

18thC beaded edge tablespoon by Alexander & Riker, NYC
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : 18th Century

North Hill Antiques  
105H   $375.00

18thC beaded edge tablespoon by Alexander & Riker, NYC
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Oval-end handle, c1795 -- raised pointed drop, reverse tipt, feathered script mono J E S on front; 8-3/4" long. Condition is excellent. Pseudo marks (as shown) are a sunburst and a lion, both upside down in relation to A&R mark. NOTE: beaded edge, the first flatware pattern, originated in England in the 18thC. This is perhaps the first U.S. example of the pattern. It became common here, of course, in the 1830s and beyond.

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