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Coin silver folding pocket fruit knife
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EB98-30   $125.00

Coin silver folding pocket fruit knife
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Coin silver folding pocket fruit knife with nut pick. Engine turned decorative engraving on both sides of the case and one side of the knife. Nut pick is not engraved. Both knife blade and nut pick fold into case. Unmarked. A very nice knife and still useable for its purpose.

Coin silver teaspoon, Albert Coles
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SS0199-270   $25.00

Coin silver teaspoon, Albert Coles
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Coin silver teaspoon by Albert Coles of NYC, ca. 1870-78m marked with his "Pigtail man" mark. The pattern looks very much like "Josephine" by Gorham, which was patented in 1855. Wear on the drop and denting in the bowl. No engraving.

Coin silver sugar shell "Grape" pattern
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EB1098-36   $105.00

Coin silver sugar shell
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Coin silver sugar shell in a pattern that might be called "Grape" because of the 2 bunches of grapes and a grape leaf at the end of the handle in the cartouche. Quite likely an unidentified pattern by John Pohlamus of NYC. Engraved on the reverse "LKB" in script. Marked "A. SANBORN" incuse for Amose Sanborn of Lowell, Mass. ca. 1850. Also marked "PATENT.1850". Excellent condition. Slight wear on the drop and some of the design slightly rubbed.

Coin Silver master salt spoon "Prince Albert"
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PD0302   $65.00

Coin Silver master salt spoon
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Coin silver master salt spoon in the "Prince Albert" pattern. Probably by John Pohlamus of NYC. Marked "A.C.BENEDICT 28 BOWERY" in rectangle. Ca. 1850. Engraved "MTH" in script on the front and "S.R.H." in block on the reverse. In excellent condition.

Coin silver "Jenny Lind" teaspoon by A. Coles
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PD0601-33   $30.00

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Coin silver teaspoon in the "Jenny Lind" pattern. 6 inches long. By Albert Coles of NYC. Ca. 1870-78. Marked with Coles' "Pigtail man" mark, used between 1870 and 78. P. T. Barnum introduced the American public to Jenny Lind, "the Swedish nightengale." She was a nationwide smash as a singer, despite some criticism of her talent. Thus a silver pattern named after her. Engraved "H. M. Abrahamson" in copperplate script. Bowl is perfect. Essentially like new. I also have for sale a gravy... Click for details

Coin silver "Jenny Lind" gravy ladle
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EB98-24   $135.00

Coin silver
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Unmarked coin silver gravy ladle in the "Jenny Lind" pattern. 6 inches long. Probably by Albert Coles of NYC. Ca. 1855-78. P. T. Barnum introduced the American public to Jenny Lind, "the Swedish nightengale." She was a nationwide smash as a singer, despite some criticism of her talent. Engraved "Sue Greenfield" in copperplate script. Thus a silver pattern named after her. Bowl is perfect. Some wear on the drop. Otherwise like new. I also have for sale a teaspoon in the same pattern marked... Click for details

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2 coin silver butter knives, scimitar shape
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SS998-195   $100.00

2 coin silver butter knives, scimitar shape
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2 scimitar shaped coin silver butter knives, each with engine turned engraving on the blades, ca. 1850-1870. But the engraving is different on each blade. Unmarked except for the word "COIN" incuse. An unidentified pattern. One engraved ""S.E.H." and the other unegraved. A great pair for fashionable entertaining. Could be used for cheese, etc. as well as butter.

Coin Silver Sugar Shell, Engine Engraving
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SS0900-508   $50.00

Coin Silver Sugar Shell, Engine Engraving
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An unmarked coin silver sugar shell in an unique mid-19th century pattern, heavily engraved by engine engraving on the front. Engraved "ELP". Marked "PURE COIN" incuse. Three minor cracks in the scallops of the shell do not deter from its beauty or usefullness.6 & 11/16 inches long.

Wood & Hughes coin silver mustard ladle
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EB98-23   $100.00

Wood & Hughes coin silver mustard ladle
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Beautiful coin silver mustard ladle, 5 & 3/16 inches long, sold by Wood & Hughes of NYC, ca. 1850-1860. The pattern is similar to the "Leaf" pattern of George Shiebler. Marked with a star, which is probably a journeyman's mark and "WOOD & HUGH." incuse. Engraved "Hoyt" in script.

Teaspoon, Cottage pattern, Joseph Seymour, coin silver
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SS-199-256   $22.50

Teaspoon, Cottage pattern, Joseph Seymour, coin silver
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Coin silver teaspoon in Joseph Seymour's "Cottage" pattern, c. 1849-50. Syracuse, NY. Marked "NORTON & SEYMOUR" incuse and Star S Eagle. Enrgraved "Mrs. Davis" on the front and "J.M.F." on the reverse.Excellent condition.

"Olive" coin silver sugar shell
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EB1100-142   $70.00


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Smaller coin silver sugar shell, 5 & 11/16 inches long, in the Olive pattern. Probably manufactured by William Gale of NYC. Sold by J. N. Lindsay & Co., loc. unk. Marked thus incuse. Ca. 1850-1860. No engraving. In excellent condition.

"Olive" coin silver sugar shell, Brinsmaid
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PD898-2   $100.00


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A beautiful coin silver sugar shell, 6 & 9/16 inches long, in the "Olive" pattern, quite possibly made by William Gale of NYC. Marked "BRINSMAIDS," in rectangle. The mark is quite rubbed but I am sure it is BRINSMAIDS,. I cannot make out an apostrephe between the d and the final s , but I expect it is there. The shell is too late to be the Brinsmaid of Burlinton, VT in Kovels'. I expect it is the firm of Brinsmaid & Bros., Burlington, VT, ca. 1843-54, identified in Belden, since that is the... Click for details

Coin Silver Gravy Ladle, "Olive" Pattern
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EB699-107   $125.00

Coin Silver Gravy Ladle,
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Coin silver gravy ladle in the "Olive" pattern, 6 and 3/8 inches long, sold by Farrington & Hunnewell, Boston, ca. 1836-1881. Most likely made around 1860. Marked "[star] F. & H. [star] BOSTON." incuse. Quite possibly made by William Gale in NYC. In excellent condition with only the drop showing any wear. No engraving. A great gravy ladle for holiday or special occasion use.

Wood & Hughes Coin Silver Fork ,"Olive" Pattern
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SS998-190   $40.00

Wood & Hughes Coin Silver Fork ,
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A coin silver dessert fork, 6 an 15/16 inches long, in the "Olive" pattern, marked "Wood & Hughes" incuse and "W [&] H" incuse with the mark that the 4th ed. of Rainwater identifies as being used after 1871. However, since the fork is coin and is not marked sterling, I expect that it was made before 1871, possibly by William Gale, and marketed by Wood & Hughes in NYC later. Engraved "J. I. Crosby" in script. Tines worn unevenly, but still quite usable. Wood & Hughes were in business ca.... Click for details

Tuscan Variant Sterling Silver Tablespoon
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SS998-216   $75.00

Tuscan Variant  Sterling Silver Tablespoon
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A very heavy early sterling silver tablespoon in excellent condition in a varian of the "Tuscan" pattern, 8 and 1/4 inches long ca. 1868. An interesting piece because it was given as a "memento mori," i.e. a memento of a person's death. Engraved "Adam Sherman" in script on the front and "April 2nd 1868" "Aged 87 Y 1 M 18 Days" on thee reverse in script. Marked "J.T.FOX" and "925" incuse. Possibly John T. Fox of Rochester, but Kovel's gives an earlier date for him.

Tuscan Coin Silver Dessert Spoon ca. 1848
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Tuscan Coin Silver Dessert Spoon ca. 1848
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Coin silver dessert spoon in the "Tuscan" pattern, probably made by William Gale of NYC. 6 and 11/16 inches long. Sold in Philadelphia by Bailey & Co. Marked Bailey & Co. incuse and "PATENT 1846" incuse in rectangle. Engraved "EO" in script.In great condition with only the slightest wear on the left side of the tip, which is barely noticeable.

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