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DESSERT SPOONS (10), Tunis D. Dubois, NYC (c. 1797)
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Hampton Galleries  
6576B   $750.00

DESSERT SPOONS (10), Tunis D. Dubois, NYC (c. 1797)
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Set of 10 coin silver dessert spoons by Tunis D. Dubois, New York City (c. 1797-1799), 6-13/16" long, raised V drop, Pointed End handles, fancy script monogram "MR" on the front, marked "T.D.DUBOIS" (pellots raised) in rectangular punch with a sheaf of wheat in a rectangular punch.

Coffin-end serving spoon by Stephen Hardy,New Hampshire
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North Hill Antiques  
263   $150.00

Coffin-end serving spoon by Stephen Hardy,New Hampshire
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Classic coffin design, c1800-10 -- handle tapering from end to bowl; brightcut cartouche and bellflowers on front, feathered script mono J H P in cartouche. Length is 9-3/8". Condition is excellent. Hardy apprenticed with Paul Revere in Boston, and further trained with William Simes in Portsmouth, NH.

Pr 18thC serving spoons by James Musgrave, Phila
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : 18th Century

North Hill Antiques  
105R   $300.00

Pr 18thC serving spoons by James Musgrave, Phila
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Oval-end handle, c1795 -- long thin tongue drop on bowl back, feathered script mono H J on front; 9-1/4" in length. Both spoons in excellent condition.

Ladle by newly identified silversmith in Pottsville, PA
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North Hill Antiques  
894   $225.00

Ladle by newly identified silversmith in Pottsville, PA
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William Brady marked this piece, and also marked the location of his shop. Without the town name, it would be assumed that Brady worked in NYC, as shown in the literature. This ladle has a broad downturned fiddle handle, c1820-30 -- high pointed shoulders, and a unique semi-circle drop on the bowl back. The handle is reverse tipt, and the mono is a feathered script E L. It is 9-1/2" long with a 3" oval bowl, and is in excellent condition.

18thC serving spoon by Mathias Lamar, Philadelphia
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North Hill Antiques  
105J   $375.00

18thC serving spoon by Mathias Lamar, Philadelphia
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Painted-end handle, c1790 -- marvellous all-over brightcutting and roulette work, drop on bowl back, short reverse rib, feathered script mono L F in cartouche on front; 9-1/8" in length. Condition is near-mint, extended bowl tip unworn.

Bowl by John & Peter Targee, NYC, c1810
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North Hill Antiques  
789   $1450.00

Bowl by John & Peter Targee, NYC, c1810
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16-lobe circular body on square pedestal foot, feathered script mono M G D in wreath cartouche on side; 6-1/2" diameter, 4-1/4" high, 15 Troy oz. Condition is near mint.

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18thC southern spoon by Chas. A. Burnett, Alexandria
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North Hill Antiques  
661   $250.00

18thC southern spoon by Chas. A. Burnett, Alexandria
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Oval-end handle, c1790 -- drop on bowl back, reverse rib, feathered script mono D on front; 7-1/2" in length. A little unevenness in bowl, otherwise condition is excellent.

Notched-handle tablespoon by Joseph Barton,Utica, c1810
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Coffin-End

North Hill Antiques  
280   $125.00

Notched-handle tablespoon by Joseph Barton,Utica, c1810
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This is a rare variation of the coffin-end style, and it appears to be limited to Utica silversmiths. Instead of the handle end being clipped, it was given a notched corner. This piece is in excellent condition, has the feathered script mono EG on its front, and is 9" in length.

Set of 12 coin silver spoons from Galesburg, IL
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North Hill Antiques  
344   $360.00

Set of 12 coin silver spoons from Galesburg, IL
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Marked A. S. DEVONDORF. Almond Smith Devendorf was a "merchant" in Galesburg from c1845-70. As such, he retailed these teaspoons to O. McBride. According to John McGrew, the bust in an inverted heart suggests that they were made in Connecticut. All 12 spoons are in mint condition -- probably never used. The handles are in the forward-tipt fiddle pattern, with flared shoulders. Length is 6-1/4". Weight is 7.25 T. oz.

Southern dessert spoon by Wm. Cowan, Richmond, c1810
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North Hill Antiques  
669   $350.00

Southern dessert spoon by Wm. Cowan, Richmond, c1810
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18th century oval-end handle, feathered script mono F on front; 7-1/8" in length. Condition is excellent throughout. The mark is exceptional in its crispness, as is the distinctive eagle of Capt. William Richardson, which came with the business when Cowan took it over in 1808.

Duchin Creations Etched Vase with Sterling Base
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Timeless Treasures  
0652   $17.00

Duchin Creations Etched Vase with Sterling Base
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A Duchin Creations Etched Vase with Sterling Base. Size 9 3/4. Manufacturer Status unknown. Excellent condition No chips or cracks.

SOUP LADLE, E Mead & Co, St Louis, MO (c 1853-1860)
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Hampton Galleries  
7148B   $275.00

SOUP LADLE, E Mead & Co, St Louis, MO (c 1853-1860)
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Coin silver soup ladle, E. Mead & Co., St. Louis, Missouri (c. 1853-1860), 13" long, wide oval bowl, no drop, tall pointed shoulders, upturned pinched fiddle handle tipt on front, fancy feather script monogram "SR" on front, marked "E.MEAD & CO" and "COIN", both incuse.

MARROW SCOOP, Wm Moulton III or IV, Newburyport, MA
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Hampton Galleries  
7142B   $1,450.00

MARROW SCOOP, Wm Moulton III or IV, Newburyport, MA
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Coin silver marrow scoop by William Moulton III or IV, Newburyport, MA (c. 1780-1800), 8-7/8" long, 2-3/4" wider scoop on one side and 3-3/4" narrow scoop on other side, shaded block letter monogram "V.I" (pellet raised) on back of wider scoop, marked "W.MOULTON" in rectangular punch on middle bar.

KINGS PATTERN SUGAR TONGS, Hall & Brewer, Albany
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Hampton Galleries  
7145   $125.00

KINGS PATTERN SUGAR TONGS, Hall & Brewer, Albany
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Coin silver sugar tongs, Hall & Brewer, Albany, New York (c. 1852-1854), 5-7/8" long, 8-lobed shell nips, Kings pattern handles, no monogram.

FOOTED SALVER/TRAY, retailed Lowell & Senter, Portland
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Hampton Galleries  
6491   $950.00

FOOTED SALVER/TRAY, retailed Lowell & Senter, Portland
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Coin silver footed tray or salver, retailed by Lowell & Senter, Portland, Maine and made by Gorham (c. 1860), 14" long, 10-1/4" wide, Greek Key boarder, four half-ball feet, stepped up around sides, bright cut design around 3-1/2" circular cartouche with stag head crest under 5-spiked crown and over banner saying "DUM SISTO VIGILO", marked "LOWELL & SENTER" incuse over Gorham's three pseudo marks (lion, anchor and gothic G).

12 DESSERT KNIVES, Tift & Whiting, N Attleboro, MA 1840
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Hampton Galleries  
7046   $375.00

12 DESSERT KNIVES, Tift & Whiting, N Attleboro, MA 1840
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Set of 12 coin silver dessert knives, Tift & Whiting, North Attleboro, Massachusetts (c. 1840-1853), 8-1/4" long, 4-1/2" blade, hollow handle in variation of Beaded pattern, marked on blade "T & W" in vertical shaped punch between an arm-and- hammer pseudo mark and a bust pseudo mark.

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