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Child's cup, mid-19th century
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Gebelein  
3022   $595.00

Child's cup, mid-19th century
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Applied fine beading at top and base; single scroll handle. Bottom flares out; convex band near the base. Marked BIGELOW BROS&KENNARD/Pure Silver Coin. Height of handle 3-1/2". Diameter of mouth 2-5/8"; of base 2-7/8". Weight 3.4 troy ounces. Monogram on the front in the engraved reserve - script Heman Winthrop. Overall and mark condition are excellent.

coin silver TUSCAN punch ladle, Bigelow Kennard,
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Bruce Cherner Antique Silver  
1105   $275.00

coin silver TUSCAN punch ladle, Bigelow Kennard,
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Boston circa 1850, a long (14 inches) and elegantly proportioned piece of silver, no monogram, fine condition, faintly gilt bowl, marked only "Bigelow Bro's & Kennard". An perfect gift for the Boston bride...

American coin silver Mystery Mark #3 -- J.M. Warner
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Coffin-End

North Hill Antiques  
289   $225.00

American coin silver Mystery Mark #3 -- J.M. Warner
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Coffin-end serving spoon, c1810-15 -- no shoulders, no drop, light reverse rib, feathered script mono G on front; 8-7/8" long. Condition is excellent, near mint. We bought this piece several months ago: Warner, should be a snap to find him; probably Delaware, right? Maybe Philadelphia -- maybe a stray southern maker. Well, maybe, but we haven't located him yet. Will keep looking.

Coin silver by Cornelius Tryner, Maroa, IL, c1880
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Fiddle-Handled

North Hill Antiques  
349   $125.00

Coin silver by Cornelius Tryner, Maroa, IL, c1880
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Set of 3 teaspoons marked Tryner in arc cartouche -- pinched-waist fiddle handle, pointed shoulders, feathered script L H on front, 5-3/4" long. The pinched-waist style is, of course, typical of the midwest. The name Cornelius Tryner was found in a search of Ancestry.com. He is listed as a 23-year-old jeweler in Maroa, Macon County, Illinois. All 3 spoons are in excellent condition, extended bowl tips unworn.

American coin silver Mystery Mark #1 -- AHB
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North Hill Antiques  
886   $100.00

American coin silver Mystery Mark #1 -- AHB
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Mustard ladle, c1810-20 -- This is a 4-3/4"-long piece with an extraordinarily long (2-1/2") fiddle; it has square shoulders and a tiny (3/4") oval bowl. Mono, as shown, is T E C in feathered script. One would think that a smith, or a partnership of smithies, with a 3-letter mark would be easy to find. Not so. We went thru the B's in Kovel and other silver books to no avail. Then we did the same with the A's, thinking it might be a 3-person partnership. Still no luck. Shame, that. It's a... Click for details

Coin Silver CIRCULAR SALT DISHES, R&W Wilson, PA
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Hampton Galleries  
6603A   $295.00

Coin Silver CIRCULAR SALT DISHES, R&W Wilson, PA
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Coin silver circular salt dishes, R & W. Wilson, Philadelphia (c.1825-1846), 2-1/2" diameter at rim, 1-1/2" tall, circular bowls with repousse vines around body, inside of bowls gold washed, on three hoofed feet, script monogram underneath "Nannie From George Feby 8th 1854.", each marked "R. & W. WILSON" incuse under rim.

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Coin Silver OHIO STATE FAIR PREMIUM GOBLET (c.1840-50)
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Hampton Galleries  
6905   $575.00

Coin Silver OHIO STATE FAIR PREMIUM GOBLET (c.1840-50)
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Coin silver goblet, unmarked (c.1840-1850), 6-1/4" tall, 3-3/8" diameter at rim, 3-1/8" at base, circular stepped pedestal base with fine beading at rim, cup with beading at rim and large sheaf of wheat cartouche on front with engraved presentation "Ohio State Board of Agriculture Premium", unmarked, good weight.

FIDDLE THREAD coin silver mustard ladle of
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Bruce Cherner Antique Silver  
1086   On Hold

FIDDLE THREAD coin silver mustard ladle of
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regional interest, Beggs & Smith, Cincinnati circa 1850, engraved "Irwin", some light wear but fine overall condition, length 5 3/8 inches. Did Irwin use this to embellish his hot dog, and if so was it a Kosher dog? Alas, we may never know...

18thC tsp. by John Lamson, Boston & Baltimore, c1790
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North Hill Antiques  
106K   $150.00

18thC tsp. by John Lamson, Boston & Baltimore, c1790
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Pointed-end handle brightcut its entire length, slashed drop, feathered script mono E R in cartouche on front; 5-7/16" long. Lamson presents a bit of a mystery, although he's listed in various books -- Belden, Flynt & Fales, "Maryland Silver," etc. Thorn gives a pretty good representation of his initial mark, which is picked up by Kovel, and is shown in one of the pix associated with this piece. Lamson seems to have begun his working life in Boston, c1790, and by 1817 produced 55 oz of silver... Click for details

Made by GEORGE BUSH - set of 6 teaspoons, c1820
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North Hill Antiques  
366   $250.00

Made by GEORGE BUSH - set of 6 teaspoons, c1820
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Bush worked in Easton, PA. These spoons have downturned fiddle handle ends with high pointed shoulders and are reverse-tipt; bowl backs have a crescent drop and the mono is M. P. in feathered script; they are 5-7/8" long. Condition is excellent throughout, extended bowl tips unworn. Each piece is nicely marked BUSH (see pic).

18thC salt ladle by James Simmons, NYC, c1802
Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces

North Hill Antiques  
109D   $175.00

18thC salt ladle by James Simmons, NYC, c1802
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Oval-end handle, drop, reverse tipt, feathered script mono P C L on front; 4-1/3". Excellent condition.

Charles Branda, Norfolk, VA - serving spoon, c1825
Silver : Coin Silver : Southern

North Hill Antiques  
682   $200.00

Charles Branda, Norfolk, VA - serving spoon, c1825
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Downturned fiddle handle, square shoulders, feathered script mono A M on front; 9" long. Light tipwear, otherwise fine. Mark is excellent (see pic).

Coffin-end mustard ladle by Wm. Burr, Prov., 1805-10
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Coffin-End

North Hill Antiques  
264   $175.00

Coffin-end mustard ladle by Wm. Burr, Prov., 1805-10
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We come across these small coffin-end ladles -- mustards, gravy, sauce -- from time to time and they all seem to be made in New England, particularly in the City of Providence. It is for that reason (and the lack of any other candidate) that we attribute this neat piece to William Burr (see pix of WB mark). This ladle has a cut-cornered fiddle end and is 5-1/4" long. The mono is C L in feathered script. Condition is excellent throughout.

Set of 6 teaspoons - mid-19thC aggie show premiums
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North Hill Antiques  
358   $150.00

Set of 6 teaspoons - mid-19thC aggie show premiums
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Made by Sigourney & Hitchcock, Watertown, NY, for the Jeff. Co. Agl. Soc. (see pix). Watertown is the center of Jefferson County in upstate NY. Description of the spoons is as follows: forward-tipt fiddle handles, flared shoulders, 6" in length. Condition is very good - a few bowl dings and very little wear. Agricultural premium silver is always interesting as an artifact of 19thC rural American history.

New Castle, PA, spoons by J.C. Hanna, c1850
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Fiddle-Handled

North Hill Antiques  
363   $200.00

New Castle, PA, spoons by J.C. Hanna, c1850
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Set of 6 forward-tipt fiddle-handled teaspoons with flared shoulders. Feathered script mono J.L.C. on front; 5-7/8" long, excellent condition. NOTE: In putting together the book on North Carolina silversmiths, Cutten assumed that the N.C. following the Hanna mark referred to North Carolina, and that silver found with the mark was made by an unidentified NC smith. Not until some years later did the truth out. You can read about the Hanna department store in New Castle by typing the... Click for details

Bethlehem, PA, teaspoon by John M. Miksch, c1840
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Fiddle-Handled

North Hill Antiques  
397   $40.00

Bethlehem, PA, teaspoon by John M. Miksch, c1840
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Downturned fiddle handle, pointed shoulders, drop, feathered script C.J.L. on front; 6" long. Condition is excellent, bowl tip unworn.

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