All Items : : Pre 1800 item #1065135 (stock #101H)
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Short, prominent front rib, c1770 -- 9-lobe shell drop, shaded block mono A over I * L on reverse; 4-3/4" long. Condition is near mint.
All Items : : Pre 1800 item #1022640 (stock #101D)
North Hill Antiques
Deep front rib, c1770 -- crisp ll-lobe shell drop on the bowl back, block mono E B on reverse, 4-5/8" long. Touch of tipwear, otherwise in fine condition.
Brightcut length of oval-end handle, feathered script mono LB in cartouche on front; 5-3/4" long. Condition is near-mint throughout. Bird with wreath in beak. Note left wing at the very edge if the bowl.
Short rib on handle front, crisp 12-lobe oyster shell drop on bowl back, block mono S * W on reverse; 4-1/4" long. Touch of tipwear, otherwise condition is excellent.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Early Patterns : Pre 1837 VR item #221346 (stock #494)
Description: Claw nips, feathered script mono GY on bend, 6-1/2" long, excellent condition.
Slender tapering pointed-end handle, c1790 --prominent reverse rib, block mono S * B on front; 5" in length. Condition of both bird and spoon is mint. Heck's bird is quite different from others; it's probably unique. The bird stands on a leafy branch, facing right with a leafy branch in its beak. All of its parts, feathers, etc., are intact.
All Items : : Pre 1800 item #1072041 (stock #101I)
Short front rib, c1770 -- 9-lobe shell drop on bowl back, shaded block mono M over D * A on reverse; 4-1/4" long. Condition is excellent. Mark is I pellet I (see Flynt & Fales).
When these tongs were made, Chittenden was working in New Haven. The tongs have cast extensions on the fiddlethread arms, ending in shell nips (see pic); there is a feathered script mono A T R on the bend. Length of the tongs is 5-3/4". Condition throughout is excellent. Mark is B C, struck on both arms. It may be found in Hammerslough's tome on Connecticut silver.
Oval-end handle, c1795 -- long thin tongue drop on bowl back, feathered script mono H J on front; 9-1/4" in length. Both spoons in excellent condition.
Crisp spread-wing bird on back of bowl, oval-end handle, feathered script mono H C on front; 5-1/4" long. Condition is near-mint -- both spoon and bird.
Forward-tipt fiddle handles, pointed shoulxers, feathered script mono I H L on front, 8-1/2" long. Few bowl bumps, otherwise fine.
Made by William Y. McAllister, Philadelphia, c1830 -- rectangular-shaped lens, 6-1/2" temples with slider extensions, 4-3/8" across lenses. Condition is excellent throughout.
Made about 1850 -- interesting mono on front of handle -- Tudor (see pic); 8" in length, 9-1/2 Troy oz. Condition is excellent.
Twist stem handle with end decorated in flower-like engraving and wrigglework, decoration carried over to front and back of bowl; 11-1/4" in length, a bit over 3 T oz. in weight. Condition is near-mint. Schohay, Ludwig is identified as the maker by the company's arrow mark, as shown in McGrew. S&L was a silver manufacturer, in business from 1867-73; note that this piece is marked COIN.
Made by Edward Corner, Easton, c1810 -- tapered handle from end to bowl, feathered script mono E A on front; 5-1/4" in length. Bowl has a bit of wear and one or two teething marks. Mark is excellent (see pic).
All Items : : Pre 1837 VR item #221615 (stock #261)
Set of coffin-end teaspoons, square shoulders, feathered script mono A C on front; 6" long; all in excellent condition, extended bowl tips unworn.
Marked S. H. & G., location unknown, c1860 - flared shoulders, script mono FCME on front; 7-1/4" long; 2-1/2" oval bowl. Condition is excellent.
All Items : : Pre 2000 item #221200 (stock #104D)
North Hill Antiques
Brightcut cartouche on bend, centering ornate feathered script mono K C; spoon nips; unusually long coffin indent above fiddle arms; 6" long.