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Pair Gorham "Medallion" Circa 1865 Coin Silver Wine Goblets
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Old Friends  
2911f   $775.00

Pair Gorham
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Each of these footed drinking vessels measures 5 1/4" high, has a top span of 2 3/4", and a base diameter of 2 7/16". One weighs 3.9 T. oz., and the other 4.1 T. oz.

Made by Gorham circa 1865, they are coin silver and stamped with that company's "lion, anchor, G" emblem on the undersides.

They are identical except for the round, applied medallion that adorns the wall of each piece. One of these has a female figure and the other a male figure. These are cast, very finely executed,... Click for details

Teapot by Joseph Richardson, Jr., Philadelphia, circa 1795
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Gebelein  
5277   $3,125.00

Teapot by Joseph Richardson, Jr., Philadelphia, circa 1795
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Marked twice on bottom J(pellet)R. Sides divided into eight panels. Silver urn finial. Wood handle. Height 7". Maximum horizontal dimension 13-1/4". Total weight 20.1 troy ounces.The monogram is a script EM on one side. Overall and mark condition are excellent.

Coffee pot by Joseph Richardson, Jr., ca 1795
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Gebelein  
5276   $4,500.00

Coffee pot by Joseph Richardson, Jr., ca 1795
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Marked twice on bottom J(pellet)R. Sides with eight panels. Silver urn finial. Wood handle. Height 13". Maximum horizontal dimension 12". Weight (total 36.2 troy ounces. The monogram on one side is a script EM. Overall and mark condition are excellent (one pin prick dent on the side).

Child's cup, unmarked, circa 1860. Repousse
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Gebelein  
5282   $295.00

Child's cup, unmarked, circa 1860. Repousse
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Double scroll handle. On ring base. Beading at top and bottom. Height to top of handle 4-1/4". Height to top of cup 4". Mouth diameter 3-3/8". Base diameter 2-5/16". The monogram in the reserve on the front of the cup is "Sarah Southmayd Allen/from her aunt/S.A.S." overall condition is excellent.

Tifft & Whiting Engine Turned Paneled "Pure Coin Silver" Mug
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Old Friends  
2863f   $225.00

Tifft & Whiting Engine Turned Paneled
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The Whiting Manufacturing Company, which eventually became one of the premier American silver manufacturers of the 19th century, had its origins in North Attleboro, Massachusetts in 1840 as "Tifft & Whiting," and operated under that name until 1853.

This 3 3/16" tall to the rim, 3 5/8" to the top of the handle, 2 11/16" top diameter, 3.2 T. oz., mug traces to that early firm. It bears the company imprint on the underside, which is a "rooster, T&W, and raised arm holding hammer" emblem,... Click for details

Tilden-Thurber "Tree" Georgian Style Small Coffee Pot
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2820f   $365.00

Tilden-Thurber
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Given its modest size at 8 1/4" tall, and with a capacity of 16 ounces, this piece could variously be identified as a gentleman's, breakfast, or tete-a-tete coffee pot.

It is English "Georgian" in style, with a bulbous lower body and slender neck, lending it an overall lofty look. It stands on three modified paw feet, and has a lengthy curved spout that is attached at the base and rises to the height of the rim.

The double cee scroll handle is hollow and retains its original insulators.... Click for details

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Whartenby, Philadelphia, Coin Silver Snuff Box, Mid 19th Century
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2762f   $225.00

Whartenby, Philadelphia, Coin Silver Snuff Box, Mid 19th Century
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The "T.W. & Co." mark stamped on the rim of this snuff box is attributed to Thomas Whartenby & Co., Philadelphia.

Catherine Hollan offers extensive biographical material about Whartenby in her comprehensive work "Philadelphia Silversmiths," recording that he was born in Delaware in 1788, apprenticed in Philadelphia in 1802-09, established in his own shop in 1811, and ended his working years as "T.Whartenby & Co.," 1847-52.

She notes that examples of his work are held by the Philadelphia... Click for details

Kirk "4101" Old Sterling Silver Open Salt & Pepper Shaker
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2760f   $145.00

Kirk
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These two items, stamped "4101" on the bottoms, are the hollowware side of Kirk's "Calvert" and "Old Maryland Plain" flatware patterns.

According to the identifications offered in the "Encylopedia of American Silver Manufacturers," the style of the "S. Kirk & Son" mark, along with the word "Sterling," was used 1925-32, indicating these have considerable age.

The footed, open salt stands 1 13/16" tall on a base that is 1 3/4" in diameter, and has a top opening that measures 2 5/8" across.... Click for details

Krider & Biddle, Philadelphia, Bright Cut Coin Silver Mug
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2750f   $145.00

Krider & Biddle, Philadelphia, Bright Cut Coin Silver Mug
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One of Philadelphia's most prominent 19th century silversmiths, Peter L. Krider operated as sole manufacturer and in several partnerships over his career.

This mug is stamped with the "crossed K & B" symbol for the "Krider & Biddle" partnership, along with the model number "433."

There has been some difference of opinion about the exact dates of this pairing. The most recent, and likely most reliable, scholarship on Philadelphia silversmiths has been offered in a volume by Catherine... Click for details

Early Amercan helmet cream jug, Abraham DuBois
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Bruce Cherner Antique Silver  
2216   $1250.00

Early Amercan helmet cream jug, Abraham DuBois
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Philadelphia circa 1795, with applied beaded border, square base, sunken center and handle offset to the corners, height 6 3/4 to top of spout; base 2 1/2 inches, weight 5.70 Troy ounces, monogrammed I * A on foot.

There is some rather sloppy soldering on the beaded border beneath the spout (I do not believe this to be a repair) which we show in agonizing detail, see image four, but aside from this the condition is very good

William Gale & Son, New York, Chased Coin Silver Mug, 1850s
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2690f   $145.00

William Gale & Son, New York, Chased Coin Silver Mug, 1850s
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Octagonal in shape, this mug is slightly diminutive. It stands 3" to the rim, 3 1/2" to the highest point of the handle, has a top opening 2 3/4" across, a rimmed bottom that is 1 7/8" in diameter, and weighs 2.9 T. oz.

It was made by New York City's William Gale, who operated in various partnerships over a long history. This has double marks for one of the associations, "William Gale & Son." One of the stamps includes a diamond imprinted with the date "185x," with the final number... Click for details

octagonal coin silver child's mug of Southern interest, J.E. Spear
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Bruce Cherner Antique Silver  
2215   Sold

octagonal coin silver child's mug of Southern interest, J.E. Spear
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Resplendent with Savannah history, this handsome coin silver cup is engraved on six of the eight panels with the date and initials of each owner.

Height excluding handle 3 3/8 inches, weight 5.84 Troy ounces, 2 5/8 inches across base, a few minor dents but very good overall condition.

Though the mark overstrikes that of Wolcott (& Gelston?), work from Spear's Savannah period is scarce, and this mark was previously unrecorded. It is now included in Wm Erik Voss' excellent compendium... Click for details

Circa 1858 Gorham "Lion Head" Coin Silver Open Master Salt
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2635f   $165.00

Circa 1858 Gorham
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One of Gorham's earliest coin silver master salts, this is also an exceptionally fine example of the form.

Model number "18," as identified on the underside, along with the rare "left lion" version of Gorham's hallmark, the word "Coin," and the name of the retailer, "W.H. Talbot & Co.," Indianapolis. Interestingly, most sources cite Talbott for spelling of this firm, with the exception of Kovel's which cites Hiatt "The Silversmiths of Kentucky" as its source and uses a single "T."

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WATER PITCER, Lincoln & Reed, Boston, MA (c. 1835)
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Hampton Galleries  
7383   $1195.00

WATER PITCER, Lincoln & Reed, Boston, MA (c. 1835)
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Coin silver water pitcher made by Lincoln & Reed of Boston, Massachusetts (c. 1835), 13" tall to top of handle, 11 1/2" tall to top of lip, thin baluster-shaped body on 4 1/4" wide circular stepped foot, short neck to thin pouring spout with large beading around rim, applied bands around neck and foot, repousse decoration over body with large acanthus leaves vertically on bottom and leaves and badge-shaped cartouche on upper body, script presentation in cartouche "C.A. Chase(l)? /From her Father... Click for details

WATER PITCER, Lincoln & Reed, Boston, MA (c. 1835)
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Hampton Galleries  
7383   $1195.00

WATER PITCER, Lincoln & Reed, Boston, MA (c. 1835)
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Coin silver water pitcher made by Lincoln & Reed of Boston, Massachusetts (c. 1835), 13" tall to top of handle, 11 1/2" tall to top of lip, thin baluster-shaped body on 4 1/4" wide circular stepped foot, short neck to thin pouring spout with large beading around rim, applied bands around neck and foot, repousse decoration over body with large acanthus leaves vertically on bottom and leaves and badge-shaped cartouche on upper body, script presentation in cartouche "C.A. Chase(l)? /From her Father... Click for details

WATER PITCHER, 7385 Baldwin & Co., Newark, NJ (c. 1841)
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Hampton Galleries  
7386   $1,750.00

WATER PITCHER, 7385 Baldwin & Co., Newark, NJ (c. 1841)
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Coin silver water pitcher by Baldwin & Co. of Newark, New Jersey (c.1841), 11 1/4" tall to top of handle, 10 1/4" to top of lip, bulbous body on four cast splayed feet, body vertically lobed in six panels, wide pouring spout, C-shaped hollow handle with thumb grip, no monogram, marked underneath "BALDWIN & CO," and "MANUFACTURERS" in opposite crescent punches, "NEWARK, N.J." in rectangular punch in between other punches, with horsehead and crowned leopard head punches.

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