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SET of 6 GOBLETS, William Adams, NYC (c. 1831-1842)
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Hampton Galleries  
7328   $3,250.00

SET of 6 GOBLETS, William Adams, NYC (c. 1831-1842)
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A rare set of six beautiful large goblets by William Adams, New York City (c.1831-1842), 6-1/2" tall, 3-5/8" diameter at rim, 3-1/16" diameter at base, domed circular base with beading around edge and repousse vine decoration, large 4" bowl with everted rim with applied reeded band and repousse flower and vine decoration making cartouche on front, script monogram "Adams" in cartouche, marked inside stem "W. ADAMS" and "NEW.YORK" (pellet raised), each in serrated rectangular punch.

TOBACCO BOX, H.E. Baldwin & Co., New Orleans, LA
Silver : Coin Silver : Southern

Hampton Galleries  
7329   $875.00

TOBACCO BOX, H.E. Baldwin & Co., New Orleans, LA
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Rare coin silver tobacco box by H. E. Baldwin & Co., New Orleans, Louisiana (c.1842-1853), 3-1/2" long by 2-1/8" wide by 3/4" high rounded rectangular box with engine turned bright cut decoration on cover and bottom with decorative large cartouches in center, cover is hindged on side, marked inside cover "H. E. BALDWIN & Co" incuse.

Beaded-edge soup ladle by Wm. Gale & Son, NYC, 1852
Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces

North Hill Antiques  
870   $425.00

Beaded-edge soup ladle by Wm. Gale & Son, NYC, 1852
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Beading pattern on front and back; gothic mono M J S on front; 14" in length, 4-3/8" oval bowl, over 7.5 T oz in weight. Condition is minty. Beaded-edge forks and spoons also available.

Beaded-edge shell-bowl serving spoon
Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces

North Hill Antiques  
871   $175.00

Beaded-edge shell-bowl serving spoon
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Made by Gorham, PATENT 1861, retailed by D.C. Jaccard, St. Louis (see pic) -- gold-washed bowl, script mono Silver Wedding on front; 8-1/2" long. Condition is excellent throughout.

Jenny Lind fish slice by Albert Coles, NYC, c1860
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North Hill Antiques  
872   $425.00

Jenny Lind fish slice by Albert Coles, NYC, c1860
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Pierced blade engraved with styllized scrolls, feathered script mono J E H on hollow handle. Length is 12-18". Weight is 137 grams. One dent on reverse of handle, otherwise condition is fine.

Connecticut BIRDBACK tsp -- Robert Fairchild, Durham
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : 18th Century

North Hill Antiques  
108S   $350.00

Connecticut BIRDBACK tsp -- Robert Fairchild, Durham
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Featheredged oval-end handle, c1780 -- reverse tipt, shaded block mono M P on front; 4-7/8" in length. New England birdbacks are rarely seen, CT even rarer, Fairchild being the only CT maker with his mark on a birdie that we've seen. Condition of the spoon is excellent. One wishes that Master Fairchild had exercised a bit more exuberance when striking the bird, but, as they say, it is what it is, which ain't bad.

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KINGS FISH SLICE, Gale & Mosley, NYC (c. 1827-1833)
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Hampton Galleries  
7325C   $425.00

KINGS FISH SLICE, Gale & Mosley, NYC (c. 1827-1833)
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Coin silver fish slice by Gale & Mosley, New York City (c.1827-1833), 13-3/8" long, large 6-3/4" rounded asymetrical blade with large fanciful dolphin in the center the is outlined by conforming piercing, the upper and right sides of the blade have an unusual applied beaded band, arching Kings pattern hollow handle with 10-lobed shells at end of the front and back, feather script monogram "A" on front of handle, marked on back of blade "G&M" in serrated rectangular punch with three pseudo marks... Click for details

L. Ladomus (Phila.) "Leaf" Coin Silver Tea Fork
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Early Patterns

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L. Ladomus (Phila.)
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This 7" long, 1.3+ T. oz., tea or dessert fork is stamped "Patent 1850" and with the name "L. [Lewis] Ladomus." This is a very early patent date for a die struck pattern, and with a nod to an informed source on the matter, the design has been identified as belonging to James Watts. Watts and Ladomus were both located in Philadelphia. The design is an elaborated leaf pattern, offered in a period style. There is a fancy, feathered script "HLR" monogram. The condition is very good. The tines... Click for details

Tablespoon by Ezekiel Burr, Providence, circa 1810
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Gebelein  
4937   $200.00

Tablespoon by Ezekiel Burr, Providence, circa 1810
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Pointed end, bright cut, incised V drop. Length 9-1/2". Weight 1-2/3 troy ounces. The monogram is a script EB in a cartouche. Mark condition is excellent. Overall condition is very good (very slight tip wear).

Child's cup by John Westervelt; Newburgh, NY, c.1874
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Gebelein  
4936   $290.00

Child's cup by John Westervelt; Newburgh, NY, c.1874
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1/4" decorative banding around top and bottom, engraved floral cartouche on front, partially matte finish, "ear" handle. Height 3-1/4". Diameter of mouth 3-1/4"; of base 2-7/8". Weight 4-1/4 troy ounces. The monogram is a script "Westbrook Van Tassel 1874". He was born Feb. 4, 1874, son of William H. and Elizabeth A. (Thomas) Van Tassel. Mark condition is excellent. Overall condition is very good (very minor dents, slightly out of round).

Pair rattail tablespoons by Samuel Soumaien, Annapolis
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware

North Hill Antiques  
102B   $1950.00

Pair rattail tablespoons by Samuel Soumaien, Annapolis
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Hanoverian, c1740-50 -- prominent deep front rib, long rattail extending 4/5 of the way down bowl back; block mono M V A on reverse; 7-3/4" in length. Heavy -- each spoon weighs nearly 2.5 T oz. Condition is excellent, with just the merest touch of tipwear.

Pair Hanoverian coffee spoons by Nathaniel Lang, Salem
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : 18th Century

North Hill Antiques  
101A   $200.00

Pair Hanoverian coffee spoons by Nathaniel Lang, Salem
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Short front rib, 7-lobe shell drop, never engraved, 3-3/4" long. Only one is marked -- N (pellet) L, as shown. Condition of both is excellent. There were 2 Nathaniels in the Lang family of silversmiths. The first, 1736-64, was the son of Jeffrey; the second, 12757-1824, was the son of Jeffrey's brother, Richard. No doubt, these spoons were made by the second, c1770-80.

LARGE COIN SILVER CHALICE, Hood & Tobey, Albany-1848-49
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Hampton Galleries  
7314   $650.00

LARGE COIN SILVER CHALICE, Hood & Tobey, Albany-1848-49
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Large coin silver chalice made by Charter, Cann & Dunn of New York City and retailed by Hood & Tobey of Albany, New York (c. 1848-1849), 7-1/4" tall, circular pedestal base with knob in middle of pedestal, large tulip-shaped bowl with cartouche on front (empty) surrounded by repousse flowers and vines, applied band of fine beading around lip and foot, marked underneath "HOOD & TOBEY" incuse over "CC&D" in rectangular punch.

SOUTHERN WATER PITCHER, James Reed, Murfreesboro, TN
Silver : Coin Silver : Southern

Hampton Galleries  
7316B   $7,995.00

SOUTHERN WATER PITCHER, James Reed, Murfreesboro, TN
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Rare Southern water pitcher by James Reed, Murfreesboro, Tennessee (c. 1832-1850), 9-1/4" to top of handle, 8-3/4" to top of lip, 8-3/4" from spout to handle, 4" circular stepped base to short pedestal with round body with short neck and wide pouring spout, matching applied bands around base and throat, gadrooned bands around lip and top of pedestal, hollow C-shaped handle with split terminals at bottom, peg-shaped thumb grip matches peg-shaped ends on handle, marked underneath "J.REED" in... Click for details

MUSTARD POT, Francis W. Cooper, NYC (c.1840-1851)
Silver : Coin Silver : Hollowware

Hampton Galleries  
7316A   $400.00

MUSTARD POT, Francis W. Cooper, NYC (c.1840-1851)
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Coin silver mustard pot by Francis W. Cooper, New York City (c. 1840-1851), 4-1/4" tall to top of finial, 2-13/16" to rim, 2-1/4" diameter at rim, cylindrical body with flower and vine bright cut decoration, script monogram "HJG" in bright cut medallion cartouche on front, applied Greek key bands around rim and base, domed hinged cover with tear drop finial and spoon opening, cast S-shaped handle with acanthus leaf thumb grip, marked underneath "F.W. COOPER" and "131 AMITY ST. N.Y", all incuse.

FEDERAL DESSERT SPOONS-10, Isaac Hutton, Albany, c.1790
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware

Hampton Galleries  
7324B   $575.00

FEDERAL DESSERT SPOONS-10, Isaac Hutton, Albany, c.1790
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A set of ten early Federal dessert spoons by Isaac Hutton, Albany, New York (c.1790-1800), 6-7/8" long, full bowls, incised V drop, downturned oval end handle with bright cut design down center and making oval cartouche, no monogram in cartouche, marked "HUTTON" in a rectangular punch with an eagle punch.

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