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Rare Carlisle, PA Coin Silver Teaspoon by Jacob Hendel
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Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20140824-03   $75.00

Rare Carlisle, PA Coin Silver Teaspoon by Jacob Hendel
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Offered is a rare early American coin silver teaspoon by noted Carlisle clockmaker and silversmith Jacob Hendel. Jacob Hendel (1772-1836) was one of three brothers who made and marked silver, the others being George and Bernard; he was also cousin and nephew to members of the Hall family of silversmiths. Jacob Hendel is primarily known as one of the foremost clockmakers of Carlisle, and a number of his clocks are extant. He was also very involved in community affairs. Jacob Hendel served as... Click for details

Rare Set of 6 Cumberland City, MD Tspns, John Kelenbeck
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Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20140824-02   $95.00

Rare Set of 6 Cumberland City, MD Tspns, John Kelenbeck
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Offered is a fine and rare set of Western Maryland coin silver tea spoons by little-known Cumberland City (Allegany County) jeweler and watchmaker John H. Kelenbeck, circa 1860. Mr. Kelenbeck appears to have started his career in Baltimore, as a John Kehlenbeck, watch & clock maker, jeweler, is listed in "Silver in Maryland" as working in that city circa 1845-51. That same volume references that the jewelry firm of "Kellenbeck & Johnson" was working in Cumberland circa 1867. However, Mr.... Click for details

Kentucky Teaspoon by W. & A. Cooper of Louisville
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Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20140824-01   $15.00

Kentucky Teaspoon by W. & A. Cooper of Louisville
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Offered is a good little Southern coin silver teaspoon by William and Archibald Cooper of Louisville, circa 1836-46. This partnership between brothers William and Archibald Cooper began in Cincinnati for the first months of its existance, but moved shortly after its inception to Louisville, where it remained for almost ten years before its dissolution. The partnership also operated an outlet in Frankfort during its latter years. This spoon is about 5 3/8 inches in length and weighs about 12... Click for details

Chandless, NYC, "French Thread" Coin Fish Slice
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Old Friends  
2197f   $225.00

Chandless, NYC,
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This 11 5/8" long, weighty at 4.0 T. oz., coin silver fish slice dates c. 1840. It is marked "Chandless" for William Chandless, who is recorded as working on Spring Street in New York City as early as 1838.

The handle is a "French Thread" pattern with an up-turned end, and has an impressive period "CP" monogram on the front. The blade has a raised, scalloped upper edge and a pierced and engraved surface.

The engraving is especially artful, incorporating ivy and acanthus leaf detailing... Click for details

Watts Philadelphia Engraved Coin Silver Berry Spoon
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Old Friends  
2190f   $110.00

Watts Philadelphia Engraved Coin Silver Berry Spoon
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Having a double Philadelphia provenance, this coin silver spoon is marked with James Watts' horse head emblem, and "George M. Bechtel" for the well-known retailer, 1850-60, and later in partnership with George Eno.

It is a substantially sized piece at 9" long and weighing just under 1.5 T. oz. Having a scalloped handle with an engraved surface, it reads as both characteristic for the period and for Philadelphia. The interesting and somewhat singularly styled bowl is melon form with central... Click for details

S.D. Brower "Medallion" Coin Silver Teaspoon
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Old Friends  
2186f   $38.00

S.D. Brower
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This piece is a 5 7/8" long, just over .7 T. oz., teaspoon was made by Sperry Douglas Brower who was an Albany silversmith and manufacturer of repute and substantial size.

Examples of his work are readily found, although that is not the case with his "Medallion" pattern, which this is, as instances of it are scant. In fact, Don Soeffing in his work on Medallion silver shows two spoon examples and states they are the only pieces he had seen.

This example features a right facing, slightly... Click for details

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6 Matching, Boston, "Olive" Coin Silver Dinner Forks
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Old Friends  
2185f   $250.00

6 Matching, Boston,
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Marked "S.T. Crosby" for the Boston retailer, 1854-61, each of these six forks measures 7 7/16" long. They likely were originally 7 1/2", dinner size, but show some tip wear on the tines (and light knife cuts on the backsides). Quite heavy, the group weighs 9.6 T oz.

The pattern is "Olive," with the actual maker probably Farrington & Hunnewell, also a Boston firm. In addition to the retailer's mark, they are stamped "Pure-Coin," a designation primarily used in New England.

The... Click for details

Rare Paterson, NJ Coin Silver Teaspoon - David Laverack
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Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20140803-05   $20.00

Rare Paterson, NJ Coin Silver Teaspoon - David Laverack
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Offered is a great, early American coin silver teaspoon from the little-known shop of David Laverack, working in Paterson, NJ circa 1850-65. A watch paper from Laverack's shop in the collection of the American Antiquarian Society. Laverack is also listed in Kirkbride's New Jersey Business Directory for 1850. This piece measures about 6 1/16 inches in length, and weighs about 16 grams. Condition overall is fair, with some wear and dings, but no splits or repairs. There is a small notch from... Click for details

Thomas Fletcher Coin Silver Teaspoon Circa 1810
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Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20140803-04   $12.50

Thomas Fletcher Coin Silver Teaspoon Circa 1810
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Offered is an American coin silver teaspoon with a maker's mark of T.F - I believe this is a mark that Thomas Fletcher was using in Boston before moving to Philadelphia. This piece measures about 5 1/8 inches in length, and weighs about 8 grams. Condition overall is very good, with light surface wear but no significant dents or dimples, and no splits or repairs. All in all a fine example of American silver!

Easton, Pennsylvania Tablespoon by Abraham Miller
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Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20140803-03   $37.50

Easton, Pennsylvania Tablespoon by Abraham Miller
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Offered is a great, early American coin silver table spoon by Easton, PA silversmith Abraham Miller, circa 1830. This piece measures about 9 1/8 inches in length, and weighs about 52 grams. Condition overall is very good with light wear from normal use but no dents, splits or repairs. All in all a fine example of American silver!

Good Birdback (Faded) Teaspoon by Emmor T. Weaver
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Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20140803-02   $35.00

Good Birdback (Faded) Teaspoon by Emmor T. Weaver
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Offered is a great American coin silver teaspoon by well-known Philadelphia silversmith Emmor T. Weaver, featuring a quite faded example of his famous eagle-back decoration. Even with the fading to the bird, this is still a very good teaspoon, with nice form and weight. This piece measures about 5 7/8 inches in length, and weighs about 18 grams. Condition overall is very good, with minimal wear and no dents, splits or repairs. The maker's mark is clear and crisp. As noted, the birdback... Click for details

11 Luncheon knives by R&W Wilson, Phila., circa 1840
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Gebelein  
5151   $360.00

11 Luncheon knives by R&W Wilson, Phila., circa 1840
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Silver blades, hollow handles, thread pattern. Length 8". Weight 1-3/8 troy ounces each including steel rods to attach handles. Overall condition excellent (1 has blade pulled away from handle by 1/4"). Mark condition is excellent.

Early Durgin "Spray" Sterling Silver Berry Spoon
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Old Friends  
2170f   $100.00

Early Durgin
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Erroneously attributed by Tere Hagen in her reference work on flatware identification to Reed & Barton, this floral pattern is an early line pattern that was produced by William Durgin. Hagen calls it "Spray" but there is no documentation to that effect. The design features a charming bouquet of flowers, leaves, and grasses tied in a bow.

Examples of this show up in both coin and sterling silver, and only occasionally with the Durgin name or mark. This is stamped "Sterling" and "Pat.... Click for details

Pair W. I. Tenney "Reverse Tipt" Coin Silver Teaspoons
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Old Friends  
2168f   $42.00

Pair W. I. Tenney
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William Ingalls Tenney, 1806-48, was a silversmith of note in New York City. In partnership with his brother Daniel from 1828 until his death, the name Tenney came to be associated with ecclesiastical silver.

This pair of spoons are marked "W.I. Tenney" "N.Y." and date early in William's working years.

At 6 1/4", they are lengthy for teaspoons, and rather weighty at nearly 1.6 T. oz. the pair. They have "Reverse Tipt," down-turned handle ends and exposed drops on the bowls. Each one... Click for details

15" ladle by Fletcher & Gardiner
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North Hill Antiques  
896   $750.00

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This piece was probably made in Philadelphia, c1815-20, after the dynamic duo had left Boston. It has a downturned fiddle handle, square shoulders, an oversized drop on the bowl back, and a reverse rib on the back of the handle. Mono is MSA in a feathered script on front of the handle. An oval bowl is 4-14" at its widest point. The ladle is quite hefty -- over 6.5 T oz. Condition is minty.

Marquand & Co. "Kings" Coin Silver Small Fork
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Old Friends  
2165f   $70.00

Marquand & Co.
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Frederick Marquand is one of the storied names associated with New York City silversmithing, having established the lineage which eventually became "Ball, Black & Co." and subsequently "Black, Starr & Frost." He is also associated with Savannah, Georgia where he spent some of his early working years.

This 6 9/16" long, heavy, 1.5 T. oz., probably youth fork is stamped "Marquand & Co." which dates it 1830-33.

It is a "Kings" pattern with a plain back. The front is inscribed "Rockwell"... Click for details

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