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Rare Kentucky Coin Silver Snuff Spoon or Dollhouse / Toy Spoon
Silver : Coin Silver

Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20150705-02   $95.00

Rare Kentucky Coin Silver Snuff Spoon or Dollhouse / Toy Spoon
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Offered is a fine and rare American coin silver miniature spoon by noted Lexington, KY silversmith William Poindexter, whose biographical information can be found below. This piece is probably a snuff spoon or a toy spoon, sometimes called a dollhouse spoon - either purpose would be served with a piece this size. These were sometimes also used as condiment spoons. This spoon measures about 3 1/4 inches in length and weighs about 4 grams. Condition is excellent with modest surface wear but no... Click for details

Three Southern Coin Silver Teaspoons by C. A. Burnett, Georgetown, DC
Silver : Coin Silver

Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20150704-04   $85.00

Three Southern Coin Silver Teaspoons by C. A. Burnett, Georgetown, DC
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Offered (available singly or as a group) is a set of three Southern coin silver fiddle pattern teaspoons by noted Virginia and Washington, D.C. silversmith Charles A. Burnett. Biographical information appears below, and Catharine Hollan's seminal reference work on Virginia silversmiths has all the detail one could ask for. These teaspoons measure about 5 13/16 inches in length on average, and the group of three weighs about 54 grams altogether, indicating an average weight of about 18 grams... Click for details

A. E. Warner "Kings" Baltimore 11 Standard Silver Ladle Spoon
Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces

Old Friends  
2490f   $110.00

A. E. Warner
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This pieces measures 7 7/8" long and weighs a substantial 2.3 T. oz. It is a ladle with the handle nearly on the horizontal, essentially like a spoon.

It is stamped "A. E. Warner" for the renowned early 19th century Baltimore silversmith. The standard mark, "11," is one of several peculiar to that city, and represents a silver grade of 917, above coin, but not quite sterling. The "11" was used 1816-30.

The pattern is a simplified "King" or "Kings," featuring a shell end with scroll and... Click for details

A. E. Warner "Kings" Baltimore 11 Standard Silver Ladle Spoon
Silver : Coin Silver : Southern

Old Friends  
2478f   Sold

A. E. Warner
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This pieces measures 8" long and is hefty at just under 2.4 T. oz. It is a ladle with the handle nearly on the horizontal, essentially like a spoon.

It is stamped "A. E. Warner" for the renowned early 19th century Baltimore silversmith. The standard mark, "11," is one of several peculiar to that city, and represents a silver grade of 917, above coin, but not quite sterling. The "11" was used 1816-30.

The pattern is a simplified "King" or "Kings," featuring a shell end with scroll and... Click for details

Southern Coin Silver Soup Ladle by Robert Keyworth of Washington, D.C.
Silver : Coin Silver

Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20150513-01   $395.00

Southern Coin Silver Soup Ladle by Robert Keyworth of Washington, D.C.
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Offered is a lovely American coin silver soup ladle by noted Washington, D.C. silversmith Robert Keyworth (born 1795 in England, died 1856 in Washington, D.C.). Keyworth was working on Pennsylvania, west of 9th Street, by 1820, and was had a long and successful career. He was active in the local militia, attaining the rank of Major in the 1st Regiment, D.C. Volunteers; he was also a committed Mason. This ladle is engraved with a period feathered script monogram and features a legible though... Click for details

Southern Coin Silver Teaspoon with Rare Mark - George Keesee of VA
Silver : Coin Silver

Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20150509-03   $45.00

Southern Coin Silver Teaspoon with Rare Mark - George Keesee of VA
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Offered is a very good and rare example of the maker's mark or retailer's mark of George Keesee of Richmond, Virginia, working circa 1831-47. Silver bearing Keesee's mark is rarely encountered, perhaps because he died at age 36 in 1847. This piece has a good clear mark for Keesee and manufacturer's marks for Philo Gilbert. This spoon measures about 5 7/8 inches in length and weighs about 18 grams. Condition is decent overall, with some surface wear to the engraved period script owner's... Click for details

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Good Pair of Southern Coin Silver Teaspoons by Frederick J. Posey
Silver : Coin Silver

Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20150426-03   $75.00

Good Pair of Southern Coin Silver Teaspoons by Frederick J. Posey
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Offered is a good pair of American coin silver (many would consider this Southern coin silver) teaspoons bearing the retailer's mark of F. J. Posey. Frederick J. Posey (1815-1881) was active as a silversmith, jeweler, watch and clockmaker in Hagerstown, Maryland from at least 1842 until after 1860. He also reportedly worked as a watch and clockmaker in Shepherdstown, Virginia in 1842. This pair of teaspoons, made by James Watts in Philadelphia and retailed by Posey, are lightly engraved with a... Click for details

Mitchell & Tyler, Richmond, Va., Pre Civil War Coin Silver Teaspoon
Silver : Coin Silver : Southern

Old Friends  
2439f   $32.00

Mitchell & Tyler, Richmond, Va., Pre Civil War Coin Silver Teaspoon
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The firm of Mitchell & Tyler occupies a prominent place in the history of mid 19th century Richmond, Virginia silver production. A successor firm to that established by William Mitchell c. 1818, sources date its years of operation from 1845 to 1866.

The style of this 5 1/2" long, just over .5 T. oz., coin silver teaspoon locates it early in that period, well before the Civil War.

It is a "Reverse Tipt" pattern with a feathered script "M" on the front of the handle.

In very good... Click for details

Fine Set of Southern Coin Silver Teaspoons by Louis Muh of New Orleans
Silver : Coin Silver

Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20150216-01   $135.00

Fine Set of Southern Coin Silver Teaspoons by Louis Muh of New Orleans
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Offered is a fine set of three American coin silver tea spoons marked by Louis Muh, noted silversmith, jeweler, watchmaker and retailer of New Orleans, LA. Muh worked in New Orleans between about 1823 and 1853; he advertised his retirement in newspapers by July 1853. Although Muh appears to have had a long and successful career, silver bearing his mark is still quite uncommon. These teaspoons bear a Philadelphia eagle pseudo-hallmark or trademark, indicating they were likely made there,... Click for details

Rare Southern Coin Silver Teaspoon, Charles Aunspaugh
Silver : Coin Silver

Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20141018-03   $125.00

Rare Southern Coin Silver Teaspoon, Charles Aunspaugh
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Offered is a rare and fine early American coin silver teaspoon by little-known Fincastle and Liberty, Virginia silversmith Charles Aunspaugh (b. 1799, d. 1887). Aunspaugh lived and worked most of his life in Fincastle (and was even apparently postmaster of Fincastle for a period of time), though he spent a few years (possibly in partnership throughout) in Liberty. Little is known about Aunspaugh's life, and only a few teaspoons are known as evidence of his work. This spoon probably dates to... Click for details

Rare Southern Coin Silver Egg Spoon, Joseph Huggins
Silver : Coin Silver

Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20141007-01   $65.00

Rare Southern Coin Silver Egg Spoon, Joseph Huggins
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Offered is a fine and rare early American coin silver egg spoon by little-known silversmith and jeweler Joseph Huggins, who had an interesting and varied career. Huggins was first recorded in Philadelphia in 1837, where he could have apprenticed; by 1840 he relocated to Baltimore, where he was listed in directories between 1840 and 1842. He appears to have next relocated to Washington, D.C. - In an article entitled "OLD WASHINGTON (Drinks & Businesses)" By James Croggon, The Evening Star,... Click for details

Southern Coin Silver Teaspoon by Richard H. L. Villard
Silver : Coin Silver

Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20140925-01   $37.50

Southern Coin Silver Teaspoon by Richard H. L. Villard
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Offered is a fine Southern coin silver tea spoon by Washington, D.C. watchmaker, jeweler and silversmith Richard H. L. Villard, working in Georgetown in the 1820s and 1830s. He had a shop on Bridge Street (now M Street) in Georgetown. Villard was born circa 1794, probably the third son of French emigre parents Andre and Sophie Villard. Richard's middle initials were probably Henry Lee; a near neighbor of his parents in Westmoreland County, Virginia was named Richard Henry Lee, and the couple... Click for details

Set of 6 North Carolina dessert spoons, c1825
Silver : Coin Silver : Southern

North Hill Antiques  
660   $1750.00

Set of 6 North Carolina dessert spoons, c1825
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Made by John C. Stedman, Raleigh -- downturned fiddle handle, reverse tipt, slight pointed shoulders, feathered script mono T W B on front; 7" in length. Condition of all6 is near mint.

Rare Set of 6 Cumberland City, MD Tspns, John Kelenbeck
Silver : Coin Silver

Cliff Nunn - Antique Silver and Decorative Arts  
20140824-02   $95.00

Rare Set of 6 Cumberland City, MD Tspns, John Kelenbeck
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Offered is a fine and rare set of Western Maryland coin silver tea spoons by little-known Cumberland City (Allegany County) jeweler and watchmaker John H. Kelenbeck, circa 1860. Mr. Kelenbeck appears to have started his career in Baltimore, as a John Kehlenbeck, watch & clock maker, jeweler, is listed in "Silver in Maryland" as working in that city circa 1845-51. That same volume references that the jewelry firm of "Kellenbeck & Johnson" was working in Cumberland circa 1867. However, Mr.... Click for details

Marquand & Co. "Kings" Coin Silver Small Fork
Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware

Old Friends  
2165f   $35.00

Marquand & Co.
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Frederick Marquand is one of the storied names associated with New York City silversmithing, having established the lineage which eventually became "Ball, Black & Co." and subsequently "Black, Starr & Frost." He is also associated with Savannah, Georgia where he spent some of his early working years.

This 6 9/16" long, heavy, 1.5 T. oz., probably youth fork is stamped "Marquand & Co." which dates it 1830-33.

It is a "Kings" pattern with a plain back. The front is inscribed "Rockwell"... Click for details

18thC southern ladle by James Geddy, Petersburg, VA
Silver : Coin Silver : Southern

North Hill Antiques  
681   $5,000.00

18thC southern ladle by James Geddy, Petersburg, VA
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val-end handle, c1790 -- drop on back of bowl, light reverse rib, feathered script mono B O on front. Long slender handle extending 14-7/8" and ending with 3-3/4" oval bowl.

Until recently, this JG mark was unknown, or attributed elsewhere. Then, a few years ago, Catherine Hollan published her excellent volume on Virginia silversmiths, and there the questions were resolved.

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