Oval-end fiddle handles, c1830 -- large flared shoulders, script mono O M L (or S)on front; 8-3/4" in length, good weight. Condition is near-mint, no tipwear at all. Mark is I.MUNROE in serrated rectangle, one with the pseudohallmark of a rampant lion.
Retailed by F.A. & L. Lesquereux, who worked in Columbus from 1853-68, as jewelers and watchmakers. The set was made by Whiting -- forward-tipt fiddle handles with sugarloaf shoulders. The mono is Nancy Mark in script on the front. Length is 5-1/2", condition is fine. These spoons would be primarily of interest to collectors of Columbus memorabilia.
Shaped handle with roulette and engine-turned decoration (see closeup), old English mono S on handle; 7" in length. Condition is near mint, extended bowl tips unworn. Other twist-stem flatware in stock.
Design on front and back of handle and heel of bowl. Length 8-7/8". Weight 1-2/3 troy ounces. The monogram is a script EJH on the back of the handle. Mark and overall condition are excellent (bowl tip mint).
Oval end, bright cut. Denison is listed in Darling's New York State Silversmiths as working about 1790. Length 9-3/8". Weight 1-3/4 troy ounces. The monogram is a script MD in a reserve. Mark condition is excellent. Overall condition is very good (a little tip wear).
Upturned handle, shell on heel, tipt on top, drop. Marked Austin in a rectangle. Length 4-5/8". The monogram is E+B on the back of the handle. Madrk condition excellent. Overall condition very good (slight tip wear, handle needs regulating).