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Five teaspoons by Nathaniel Lang of Salem, MA; c.1800
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Gebelein  
634   $325.00

Five teaspoons by Nathaniel Lang of Salem, MA; c.1800
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Downturned handles, pointed end, no drop. Length 5-3/4". Total weight 2.4 troy ounces. Script monogram W. Mark and overall condition are very good (very slight tip wear).

Teaspoon by Samuel Drowne II; Portsmouth, NH; ca. 1810
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Gebelein  
1118   $150.00

Teaspoon by Samuel Drowne II; Portsmouth, NH; ca. 1810
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Downturned, pointed handle; modified coffin end. Shell, drop. Mark condition is good-. Length 5-5/8". The monogram is a script WEB. Overall condition is very good (shell worn).

Six teaspoons by J.F.Vent of Keene, NH, circa 1815
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Gebelein  
1279   $400.00

Six teaspoons by J.F.Vent of Keene, NH, circa 1815
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Coffin fiddle, no drop. Mark condition good (rubbed). Length 5-5/8". The monogram is a script PJ(?). Overall condition is good (a few dents in bowls but not much tip wear).

Teaspoon by William Simes, NH, circa 1805
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Gebelein  
1281   $85.00

Teaspoon by William Simes, NH, circa 1805
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Downturned, pointed handle, drop. Simes (1772-1824) of Portsmouth, NH. Marked W(pellet)S in a rectangle (Parsons mark D). Mark condition is excellent. Length 5-3/8". The monogram is a script TC (? worn) on the top of the handle. Overall condition is very good (monogram rubbed).

Pair of teaspoons by William Simes, NH, circa 1800
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Gebelein  
1142   $175.00

Pair of teaspoons by William Simes, NH, circa 1800
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Downturned, pointed handles. Long drops. Marked W(pellet)Simes in an ellipse (Parsons mark C). Simes (1773-1824) worked in Portsmouth, NH. Length 5-1/2". The monogram is S/IM on the top of the handle. Mark condition is good(rubbed). Overall condition of the spoons is excellent.

Sugar tongs by Robert Evans (1768-1812), Boston
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Gebelein  
1180   $175.00

Sugar tongs by Robert Evans (1768-1812), Boston
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Circa 1800-1810. Marked twice EVANS in serrated rectangle (Belden mark c; Buhler MFA mark b). Length 5-3/4". Weight 1 troy ounce. The monogram is a script HC at the bow. Overall and mark condition are excellent.

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Sugar tongs by Thomas Preston, Montreal, circa 1820
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Gebelein  
589   $395.00

Sugar tongs by Thomas Preston, Montreal, circa 1820
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Fiddle, sharp fins, round grips with drops. Marked twice PRESTON. in a rectangle, flanked by lions facing left. Length 6-1/4". Weight 2.2 troy ounces. The monogram is a script AA on the bow. Overall and mark condition are excellent.

Sugar tongs by Kirk, circa 1850
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Gebelein  
1495   $250.00

Sugar tongs by Kirk, circa 1850
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Chicken claws with matte finish, engraving inside and out for half the length of the arms. Marked S.KIRK&SON and 10.15, each in a serrated rectangle. Baltimore 1846-1861. Length 6-3/8". Weight 2 troy ounces. The monogram is a script MHS at the bow. Overall and mark condition are excellent (initial S in mark partially obscured by the engraved decoration).

Sugar tongs by John McMullin, Philadelphia circa 1830's
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Gebelein  
1466   $175.00

Sugar tongs by John McMullin, Philadelphia circa 1830's
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Shell grips. Marked on each arm I.McMULLIN in a serrated rectangle (John McMullin, 1765-1843, Philadelphia, Belden mark b). Also marked with an eagle facing left and a diamond with four dots inside (see McGrew). Length 6-1/2". Weight 1.6 troy ounces. The monogram is a script SHS(?) at the bow. The overall and mark condition are excellent.

Sugar tongs by John Coburn, Boston, circa 1770
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Gebelein  
1233   $1,075.00

Sugar tongs by John Coburn, Boston, circa 1770
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Marked J(pellet)C twice. Buhler MFA mark a. John Coburn (1725-1803). Condition of marks: 1 excellent; 1 good-. Pierced and bright cut arms, shell grips. Length 5". Weight 1.5 troy ounces. No monogram. One arm has been reattached, otherwise in excellent condition.

Wm Rogers Covered Serving Dish
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Pieces of the Past  
451615   $25.00

Wm Rogers Covered Serving Dish
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This WM. Rogers silver serving dish is in very nice condition, there are a couple of blemish marks on the serving bowl. It is numbered 2347 on the bottom and is decorated with the Country Lane flower pattern. Circa 1954.

Oneida Tudor Plate Fork
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Pieces of the Past  
451607   $3.00 each (will consider offers)

Oneida Tudor Plate Fork
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These Oneida Tudor Plate forks are in very good condition. The pattern is called "Fortune" and was first issued in 1939. A great addition to your collection.

Set of 3 tsps with rare St. Louis mark
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North Hill Antiques  
680   $50.00

Set of 3 tsps with rare St. Louis mark
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Joseph W. Cary is cited in new book by Norman Mack--"Missouri's Silver Age." Mack says that Cary moved his jewelry store from Alton, Ill., to St. Louis ca 1870-75. These spoons have pinched-waist fiddle handles, pointed shoulders with feathered script mono E C S; length is 6-1/8", and condition is near mint, extended tips unworn.

Three tablespoons
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Gebelein  
847   $275.00

Three tablespoons
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Form of about 1770 with upturned handles (tipt on top, no drops), but marked N.Harding and Pure Coin, each in a rectangle. Made by Newell Harding of Boston, say 1840, but probably to match other earlier spoons. Length 8-1/4". Weight 6.25 troy ounces (2.1 ounces each - substantial). Script monogram on back: HW to SAWM, PHM, HWM - one recipient on each spoon. Overall condition is excellent.

Ladle by IG (in an ellipse)
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Gebelein  
405   $2,000.00

Ladle by IG (in an ellipse)
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A little primitive but nice. Silver cap at end of wooden handle. Probably by John Gardiner of New London, CT. Eighteenth century. Length 9-5/8". Bowl diameter 2". Total weight 1.4 troy ounces. Monogram E/IM on bottom of bowl. Mark and overall condition are very good.

American punch ladle by CH (in a rectangle)
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Gebelein  
455   $2,500.00

American punch ladle by CH (in a rectangle)
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Stylish ladle with double lip, twisted connection to nice turned wooden (ebony?) handle. Marked four times on top of silver shank. Length 14". Total weight 2.8 troy ounces. No monogram. Overall condition is excellent. Who is this?

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