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Pair southern dessert spoons by Wm.A.Williams, c1800-10
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266   Ea. $125

Pair southern dessert spoons by Wm.A.Williams, c1800-10
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Classic coffin-end spoons from Alexandria, VA - handle tapering straight down from cut- cornered end terminating in bowl with drop on its reverse; feathered script mono B on front; 7-1/2" in length. Very minor tipwear, otherwise condition is excellent.

Coffin-end tsp by Joseph Clark, Danbury, CT, c1800
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267   $50

Coffin-end tsp by Joseph Clark, Danbury, CT, c1800
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Classic coffin-end spoon, straight tapered handle, no fiddle; V-drop on bowl back, block mono L (device) V on front; 5-3/8" long; excellent condition throughout.

Annapolis coin silver tablespoon by Benjamin Mead,c1820
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664   $475

Annapolis coin silver tablespoon by Benjamin Mead,c1820
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Benjamin Mead is cited as an Annapolis silversmith (and storekeeper, etc) by Whisker et al in "Maryland Clockmakers" and allied craftsmen. Quoted are excerpts from the Maryland Gazette of 9/11/1819, 11/11/19 and 1/11/21, which depict Mead's work. This spoon appears to be a modified coffin-end -- that is, the handle end is sliced lengthwise rather than clipped (see pic). It has square shoulders, is 8-5/8" long, and the mono is E M. Overall condition is excellent. (NOTE: Flynt & Fales, in the... Click for details

Pair classic coffin-end teaspoons, Wm. Coffin Little
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259   Ea. $75, Pair $125

Pair classic coffin-end teaspoons, Wm. Coffin Little
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Newburyport and Amesbury, Mass., silversmith made these near-mint spoons around 1800. They have the classic cut-cornered handle end with a straight tapering line to the bowl, and an unusual incised pointed drop. Mono S M in in block lettering on the front. The spoons are 5-1/4" in length, and are in excellent condition, bowl tips unworn.

coffin end tablespoon, Jabez Baldwin,
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coffin end tablespoon, Jabez Baldwin,
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Boston and Salem Massachusetts circa 1800, length 9 1/8 inches, slight tip wear but heavy and in fine overall condition, monogrammed "H" (obverse, script with flourishes).

American coin silver Mystery Mark #3 -- J.M. Warner
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289   $225

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.

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Coffin-end mustard ladle by Wm. Burr, Prov., 1805-10
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264   $175

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.

Pair tablespoons by Isaac Hutton, Albany, c1800
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269   Ea. $150, Pair $250

Pair tablespoons by Isaac Hutton, Albany, c1800
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Classic coffin-end handles with shaded block mono DM on front -- incised pointed-arch drop on bowl backs; 9-5/8" in length. Condition of both is excellent.

Pair serving spoons by Thaddeus Keeler, NYC
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271   Ea.$100, Pair $175

Pair serving spoons by Thaddeus Keeler, NYC
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Coffin-fiddle handle, c1810 - large molded pointed-arch drop; dual mono, both in feathered script on front: G B C and, probably later, F C C C; 9-5/8" in length. Very slight tipwear, otherwise excellent.

Pair tablespoons by Sayre & Richards, NYC, c1805
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274   Ea. $175, Both $300

Pair tablespoons by Sayre & Richards, NYC, c1805
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Classic coffin-end handle, molded drop, script JC on front; 9-3/8" long, excellent weight. Mint condition, extended bowl tips unworn.

Coffin-End Tsp by Nehemiah Bassett, Albany, c1800
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283   $35

Coffin-End Tsp by Nehemiah Bassett, Albany, c1800
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Classic coffin-end spoon with incised pointed arch drop, feathered script S A L on front of handle; 5-5/8" long. Test nick on handle, otherwise fine.

Coffin-End Sauce Ladle by Ezekiel Burr, Prov., c1810
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284   $325

Coffin-End Sauce Ladle by Ezekiel Burr, Prov., c1810
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Coffin handle with unusually long 2-3/4" fiddle, no shoulders, feathered script mono A C O on front; 6-1/8" long, 1-1/2" round bowl, excellent.

Pr Coffin-End Tsps by Benjamin Pitman,Providence,c1810
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285   Ea. $45

Pr Coffin-End Tsps by Benjamin Pitman,Providence,c1810
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Coffin-fiddle handles, small square shoulders, shaded block mono N A on front; 5-1/4" long, excellent. Note sharply pointed bowl tips.

Coffin-End Teaspoon by Thomas Arnold, Newport, c1800
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286   $100

Coffin-End Teaspoon by Thomas Arnold, Newport, c1800
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Classic coffin-end spoon, incised pointed arch drop, feathered script mono S B on front; 5-3/8", very light tipwear. Both full-name and initial marks on spoon.

Coffin-End Tablespoon by John Ward Gethen, Phil., c1810
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290   $125

Coffin-End Tablespoon by John Ward Gethen, Phil., c1810
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Coffin-fiddle handle, drop on bowl back surmounted with a crescent of dots, feathered script mono E C on front; 9-1/4" long -- retailed by Allen Armstrong of Philly. Excellent condition.

Coin Tsps by Theophilus Bradbury, Newburyport, c1810
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291   Ea. $50

Coin Tsps by Theophilus Bradbury, Newburyport, c1810
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Set of 3 teaspoons with coffin-fiddle handles, small square shoulders, shaded script mono L D on front; 5-7/8" long; all excellent.

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