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Teaspoon marked W.G.Forbes; New York; circa 1805
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Gebelein  
4429   $60.00

Teaspoon marked W.G.Forbes; New York;  circa 1805
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Coffin end, arch drop. Length 5-11/16". The monogram is a lengthwise script OEB. Overall condition is very good (end of handle needs slight regulating). Mark condition is excellent.

Four teaspoons by Benjamin Pitman;New Bedford,MA
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Gebelein  
4432   $100.00

Four teaspoons by Benjamin Pitman;New Bedford,MA
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Illustration is one of 4. Marked B.PITMAN in a rectangle. Downturned fiddle, sharp fins. Length 6-1/8". Weight a little over 1/2 troy ounce each. The monogram is a script N. Overall and mark condition are excellent (bowl tips near mint).

Sifter spoon marked J.&W.G
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Gebelein  
4446   $80.00

Sifter spoon marked J.&W.G
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Upturned fiddle, rounded fins, tipt on top. Length 7-1/4". Weight 1.2 troy ounces. The monogram is a lengthwise script LW on the back of the handle. Overall and mark condition are excellent.

Grapefruit spoons by James M.Badger, NYC, c1860
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North Hill Antiques  
483   $250.00

Grapefruit spoons by James M.Badger, NYC, c1860
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Set of 6 spoons with serrated bowl rims, engraved and roulette work entire length of handles, feathered script mono J M L in cartouche on front; 5-3/4" long. Excellent condition throughout.

2 serving spoons by John Bedford, Fishkill, NY
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North Hill Antiques  
891   $375.00

2 serving spoons by John Bedford,  Fishkill, NY
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Two spoons made 20-25 years apart with 2 different marks, both cited in Darling's NY State Silversmiths. 1. 18thC, c1790 - pointed end, interesting double roulette drop, shaded block mono SM in cartouche on front; 9-1/8" long. Mark is J B (see pic). 2. Downturned fiddle handle, c1810-15 - no shoulders, long drop, ornate feathered script R C M on front; 9-1/2" long, extended bowl tip unworn. Mark is J. Bedford (see pic).

18thC Albany teaspoon by John W. Fryer, c1790
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North Hill Antiques  
106D   $200.00

18thC Albany teaspoon by John W. Fryer, c1790
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Oval-end handle with brightcutting and roulette work its entire length (see pic); slashed drop, reverse rib, feathered script mono L F in circular cartouche on front; 5-1/4" long. Excellent condition throughout. A remarkable piece by a rare Albany maker.

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Teaspoon, pseudohallmarks +Taylor& Hinsdale,NY
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Gebelein  
4423   $70.00

Teaspoon, pseudohallmarks +Taylor& Hinsdale,NY
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Downturned handle, fiddle shell, also shell on heel, rounded chamfered fins. Length 6-1/8". Overall and mark condition are excellent. The lengthwise script monogram is JOB.

Hand-raised pap boat from Boston
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North Hill Antiques  
791   $550.00

Hand-raised pap boat from Boston
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Made by Haddock, Lincoln & Foss, c1850 - typical boat form with reeded band applied at rim; script presentation at rear: ERC/from/SCS; 4-1/2" long x 2-3/4" wide. Condition is excellent throughout, including the planishing marks inside. This is a fine replication of a classic 18thC form.

Coin Silver GRAVY LADLE, Matthew Pettit, NYC (c. 1811)
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Hampton Galleries  
6784A   $225.00

Coin Silver GRAVY LADLE, Matthew Pettit, NYC (c. 1811)
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Coin silver gravy ladle, Matthew Pettit, New York City (c. 1811), 7-3/4" long, 2-1/2" by 2-1/8" oval bowl, broad drop, single struck Kings pattern (crisp), Old English monogram "M" on back, marked "M . P" (pellet raised) in rectangular punch.

Three teaspoons by Isaac Hutton, Albany, circa 1805
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Gebelein  
4408   $195.00

Three teaspoons by Isaac Hutton, Albany, circa 1805
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Coffin end; incised arch drop. Length 4-5/8". The monogram is a block MP in a bright cut reserve. Mark condition is excellent; overall condition is also excellent except that one spoon has a bowl dent. These spoons could be a little earlier than 1805 judging by the block monogram and the small size of the spoons.

Jenny Lind coin silver flatware starter set for 6
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North Hill Antiques  
481   $1000.00

Jenny Lind coin silver flatware starter set for 6
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Made by Albert Coles, NYC, c1850-60 -- consisting of: 6 table (or serving) spoons - 8-1/4"; 6 forks - 7-3/4"; 6 hollow-handle knives with silver blades - 7-1/2"; 6 teaspoons - 6-1/4" long. Total weight is 30 Troy oz. The forks have a bit of tinewear, otherwise the set is in remarkably fine condition.

Two fiddle shell teaspoons by S.Willis, Boston, c.1825
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Gebelein  
A6334   $80.00

Two fiddle shell teaspoons by S.Willis, Boston, c.1825
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Sharp fins. Length 6-1/4". No monogram. Overall condition is excellent. Mark condition is poor.

Fiddle shell teaspoon by Nathan Hobbs, Boston, c.1830
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Gebelein  
109   $40.00

Fiddle shell teaspoon by Nathan Hobbs, Boston, c.1830
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Sharp fins. Length 5-3/4". The monogram is a script SH. Overall condition is excellent. Mark condition is very good.

Fiddle shell teaspoon by William Thomson, NY, c.1830
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Gebelein  
108   $40.00

Fiddle shell teaspoon by William Thomson, NY, c.1830
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Rounded fins, shell on back of bowl. Length 5-7/8". No monogram. Mark condition is excellent. Overall condition is excellent except that the shell on the back of the bowl is somewhat worn and there are a couple of minor dents in the bowl.

Crumber by Crosby, Hunnewell & Morse; Boston; c.1864
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Gebelein  
4383   $225.00

Crumber by Crosby, Hunnewell & Morse; Boston; c.1864
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Top of blade engraved, scalloped edge around three sides. Handle has bead design on both sides. Length 12-3/16". Blade length 6-3/16"; width 2-1/2". Weight 4.45 troy ounces. The monogram on the top of the blade is an Old English EP in an elliptical reserve. This is for Elizabeth Parsons who married Dr. George Derby in Cambridge, MA in 1864. Overall and mark condition are excellent.

Sugar tongs marked H, circa 1840
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Gebelein  
A113   $95.00

Sugar tongs marked H, circa 1840
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Fiddle, sharp fins, broad elliptical grips. Length 6-1/4". The monogram at the bow is a script CN. Marked inside each arm. Yale attributes this mark to David Hempstead of New London, CT. See Silver magazine, March/April 1990 for discussion of mark. Overall and mark condition are excellent.

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