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New Mark: Ellis Baily, Uniontown, PA, c1830
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398   $75 (one sold)

New Mark: Ellis Baily, Uniontown, PA, c1830
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Ellis worked with his brother William. You can find him listed in Whisker and on the internet at American Silversmiths. The mark shown here -- E. Baily in script -- is heretofore unknown, at least to us. This pair of teaspoons have downturned fiddle handles with pointed shoulders. The mono is R B in a feathered script. Length is 5-5/8". Condition is near-mint, extended bowl tips unworn.

Set of 12 desserts by John C. Stedman, Raleigh, NC
Silver: Coin Silver: Southern

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660   Set of 12 $3750

Set  of 12 desserts by John C. Stedman, Raleigh,  NC
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Downturned fiddle handles, c1825 -- reverse tipt, 6 with slightly pointed shoulders, 6 with rounded shoulders, all with a feathered script mono T.W.B. on front; 7" in length. All in near-mint condition.

Wm Rogers MFG AA Fiddle Teaspoon 1850
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Wm Rogers MFG AA Fiddle Teaspoon 1850
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Wm Rogers MFG AA Silver Plate Fiddle Teaspoon 1850. 6" L Good condition

Set of 6 Maine teaspoons with rare engraving on front
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347   Set of 6 $150

Set of 6 Maine teaspoons with rare engraving on front
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Double-swell fiddle handle, c1860 -- by Jeremiah Gray, Richmond, ME -- flared shoulders, feathered script mono A.H.G. on front; 6" in length. Most unusual is the decoration -- practically unknown by the middle of the 19th century. Spoons were machine-made and sold with the mono engraved, nothing more. The decorative flourishes on these spoons were engraved, probably on specific order and done by Gray himself.

Pair birdback spoons by David Weatherly, Phila, c1810
Silver: Coin Silver: Flatware: 18th Century

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108L   Pair $750

Pair birdback spoons by David Weatherly, Phila, c1810
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Teaspoon and tablespoon with similar birds struck on bowl backs, each with a laurel wreath in its beak. The teaspoon is 5" long, with square shoulders and a feathered script mono C C on the front of the handle. It is marked with the maker's full name: D.WEATHERLY. The tablespoon (or serving spoon) is 9-5/8" long, with square shoulders and a feathered script mono S C G. It is struck twice with the maker's initial mark: D.W (see pic). Both pieces are in excellent condition, the extended bowl t... Click for details

Ladle by newly identified silversmith in Pottsville, PA
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894   $225

Ladle by newly identified silversmith in Pottsville, PA
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William Brady marked this piece, and also marked the location of his shop. Without the town name, it would be assumed that Brady worked in NYC, as shown in the literature. This ladle has a broad downturned fiddle handle, c1820-30 -- high pointed shoulders, and a unique semi-circle drop on the bowl back. The handle is reverse tipt, and the mono is a feathered script E L. It is 9-1/2" long with a 3" oval bowl, and is in excellent condition.

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Set of 12 coin silver spoons from Galesburg, IL
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344   Set of 12 $360

Set of 12 coin silver spoons from Galesburg, IL
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Marked A. S. DEVONDORF. Almond Smith Devendorf was a "merchant" in Galesburg from c1845-70. As such, he retailed these teaspoons to O. McBride. According to John McGrew, the bust in an inverted heart suggests that they were made in Connecticut. All 12 spoons are in mint condition -- probably never used. The handles are in the forward-tipt fiddle pattern, with flared shoulders. Length is 6-1/4". Weight is 7.25 T. oz.

Pair Cape Cod serving spoons by John Munroe, Barnstable
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899   Ea. $75, Pair $120

Pair Cape Cod serving spoons by John Munroe, Barnstable
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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.

Set of 6 coin silver teaspoons from Columbus, Ohio
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381   Set of 6 $120

Set of 6 coin silver teaspoons from Columbus, Ohio
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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.

Southern tsps by Thomas A. Boullt, Hagerstown, MD
Silver: Coin Silver: Southern

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656   Ea. $50, Set of 5 $225

Southern tsps by Thomas A. Boullt, Hagerstown, MD
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Forward-tipt fiddle handle, c1850 -- high pointed shoulders, feathered script mono L J on front; 5-3/4" in length. Condition of all 5 is excellent.

Set of 6 teaspoons by Shepherd & Boyd, Albany
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376   Set of 6 $150

Set of 6 teaspoons by Shepherd & Boyd, Albany
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Downturned fiddle handles, pointed shoulders, incised pointed arch drop, c1815-20 -- feathered script mono E H E on handle front; 5-3/4" in length. No tipwear, overall condition is excellent.

Set of 5 tsps by George Franciscus Jr., Baltimore, 1815
Silver: Coin Silver: Southern

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666   Ea. $75, Set of 5 $300

Set of 5 tsps by George Franciscus Jr., Baltimore, 1815
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Downturned fiddle handle, no shoulders, drop, shaded old English S on front; 5-1/2" long. Condition is excellent. Franciscus worked in Baltimore from 1810-18, and from 1819-40 in Lancaster, PA. These spoons are fully marked with a shield, the dominical letter A (which denotes 1815 as the year it was made), and the head of liberty. It is rare to find Franciscus silver so clearly associated with Baltimore, the city of his birth.

Coin silver soup ladle made for the Rider family
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892   $325

Coin silver soup ladle made for the Rider family
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Marked by John Abbot Jr., Portsmouth, NH, c1825 -- long downturned fiddle handle, square shoulders, script mono J. M. Rider on front; 10" in length, 3-5/8" oval bowl. Condition is excellent.

Soup ladle made for the Brackett families
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878   $350

Soup ladle made for the Brackett families
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Double-swell fiddle handle with large flared shoulders, marked by N. J. Gilman of Portland, Maine, c1850-60. Presentation on front of handle: Mr. & Mrs. John Brackett / to / Mr. & Mrs. H. M. Brackett. The ladle is 13-1/2" long with a 4-1/4" oval bowl and weighs an imposing 8-1/2" Troy oz. Overall condition is excellent.

Pair coin silver teaspoons by W&A Cooper, OH & KY
Silver: Coin Silver: Southern

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674   Ea. $100

Pair coin silver teaspoons by W&A Cooper, OH & KY
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Interesting double-swell fiddle handles, unusual for midwest and southern silver; pointed shoulders, feathered script mono I S B on front; 5-7/8" in length. Excellent condition. Boultinghouse lists William and Archibald Cooper as forming their partnership in 1836 in Cincinnati, probably moving across the river to Louisville the next year. The mark on these spoons is terrific (see pic), not shown in Boultinghouse.

Set of 5 WREATH teaspoons - John Fries, Phila, c1830
Silver: Coin Silver: Flatware: Early Patterns

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482   Ea. $75

Set of 5 WREATH teaspoons - John Fries, Phila, c1830
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The wreath pattern came into existence in Philadelphia about the same time as the sheaf-of-wheat and basket-of-flowers patterns. It never caught on outside Philly. Each of these 5 is in near-mint condition, the wreath crisp, the bowl tips unworn. The mono is L H F in feathered script. They have pointed shoulders and there is a drop on the bowl back. Length is 6".

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