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All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces : Pre 1900 item #673727 (stock #SS1199-369)
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$1,350.00
Magnificent coin or sterling silver Medallion soup ladle with cartouche of the young Dionysus, manufactured by Hotchkiss & Schreuder of Syracuse, NY about 1867. See Soeffing, Silver Medallion Flatware pp. 58-59. Retailed by Chapin, loc. unk. Pristine condition with some residual gilding on front shoulders.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces : Pre 1900 item #673733 (stock #EB0699-111)
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$250.00
Coin silver crumber by Samuel T. Crosby of Boston, Mass. c. 1849-50 in the Fiddle Thread pattern. Engraved "ARM" in Old English on the handle. Baroque etching on the blade with no monogram in the cartouche. Excellent condition with one questionable ding toward the end of the blade that does not show on the back and is barely discernable.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Pre 1900 item #674343
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$575.00
Gone With the Wind period coin silver from Atlanta, Georgia. Seven teaspoons (six large and one smaller) and one sugar shell, all marked ER LAWSHE incuse. Er Lawshe (1824-1897) cane to Atlanta in 1848 and worked as a cabinet maker. In 1850 he opened a retail shop selling and repairing silver, jewelry, etc. and was in business for several decades...
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces : Pre 1900 item #674651 (stock #SS0601-1)
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$425.00
Magnificent Sterling soup ladle in the "Italian" pattern by William Gale & Son, NYC. Patented in 1860. Possibly manufactured as late as 1870. Incuse marks of W Gale & Son, 925 Sterling, and Patented 1860. Incuse mark "1" on reverse of shoulder. Monogramed with gothic "G." Perfect except for some minor scuffing on the left side of the bowl on the outside (see photo).
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces : Pre 1900 item #674662
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$130.00
Gorham garvy or sauce ladle in the "Josephine" pattern, patented 1855. Marked incuse with PATENT 1855 and COIN. Mono "ACH" in Copperplate. Bowl has been very slightly bent on the right but has been straightened. This does not detract from usefulness or appearance, but does result in a lower price.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces : Pre 1900 item #674667 (stock #PD1101-8)
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A pair of American Coin Silver Fiddle Tipt Double Swell (Scotch Fiddle) Tablespoons or Serving Spoons 8 and 7/8 inches long by Lowell & Senter of Portland, Maine. Lowell & Senter were watchmakers and jewelers from 1837 to 1869. Excellent condition except for tips of bowls which are slightly worn on the left side, indicating significant use, probably as serving spoons. Mono "R" in script on reverse. Marked "Lowell & Senter" in large and small Roman letters in a rectangle.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Pre 1900 item #674668 (stock #SS0100-402)
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$125.00
"Medallion" Sterling Dessert Fork 6 and 5/8 inches long by Hotchkiss & Schreuder of Syracuse, NY. Excellent condition. Medallion of the young Dionysus on the handle. Engraved on the back with a faint "JC" or "H" in script. Marked incuse "H & S", "STERLING", and MERMOD JACCARD & CO. Mermod Jaccard & Co. were jewelers in St. Louis, Missouri from c. 1845 to 1883.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Pre 1900 item #674670 (stock #SS0100-401)
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$225.00
Coin silver mustard spoon in the "Medallion" pattern by Hotchkiss & Schreuder, Syracuse, NY, ca. 1967. Medalliion of the young Dionysus. In very good condition but the medallion is not as crisp as on my other H & S medallion pieces, indicating significant use. Shell bowl with no gilding. 5 and 7/16 inches long. No engraving. Marked incuse "H & S" and "COIN." Also marked "A C WORTLEY" incuse for the retailer of unknown location.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces : Pre 1900 item #674673 (stock #SS202-525)
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$275.00
Beautiful preserve spoon in the Medallion pattern by Hotchkiss & Schreuder, Syracuse, NY. CA 1870. They first produced this Medallion pattern in about 1867. This piece is marked "STERLING" so is probably after 1870. In excellent condition with significant gilding remaining on the bowl. The medallion of the young Dionysus is sharp. Marked H & S, STERLING, and M & D ROSENBERG for the unknown retailer. No engraving. 6 and 11/16 inches long.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Pre 1900 item #674906 (stock #SS0202-519)
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$250.00
Pair of coin silver dessert forks, 6 5/8 inches long, in Fiddle Thread pattern manufactured by William Gale & Son in New York City and sold by Gregg Hayden & Co in Charleston, SC, one dated 1846, the other dated 1847. Marked with date marks, G & S (the 1947 one only), the number 6, the year mark & Gregg Hayden & Co in rectangle. Engraved "Boylston" on the front and "JC" on the reverse. Tines quite worn, particulary on the 1846 one.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces : Pre 1900 item #674907 (stock #EB1099-117)
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Magnificant pair of coin silver gravy/sauce ladles manufactured in Philadelphia by Taylor & Lawrie c. 1837-1846 and sold by Bailey & Kitchen c. 1837-1846. 7 1/2 inches long. Very heavy stock. They feel like English pieces rather than American. Marked with Taylor & Lawrie's [Eagle][Thistle][Lyre] and BAILEY & KITCHEN in rectangle. Engraved MKT in Gothic on the front and "M.R.P. 1910" in Roman on the reverse. Condition is pristine.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces : Pre 1837 VR item #674908 (stock #EB1199-126)
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$130.00
Early 19th Century coin silver gravy/sauce ladle by Frank Richmond, Providence, Rhode Island, c. 1815-20. Fiddle handle, 6 inches long. Shell on reverse of bowl. Engraved "LW" in copperplate script on the front. Mark F.RICHMOND in Roman in rectangle on reverse.No apprecaible wear. No dings. Enlargement 5 appears as though the bowl has been repaired by solder, but this is an optical illusion. The line is actually part of the shell decoration.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces : Pre 1900 item #674909 (stock #EB98-22)
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$95.00
Unmarked coin silver mustard ladle in the "Jenny Lind" pattern, probably by Albert Coles of NYC. c. 1851-75. 5 1/4 inches long. Engraved with a Gothic "F" on the front.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Early Patterns : Pre 1900 item #674913 (stock #SS0900-505)
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Heavy coin silver sugar shell in a beautiful pattern I have not been able to identify by Newell Harding Co., Boston, c. 1851-1870. 6 3/4 inches long, modified shell bowl. Engraved "Sarah" in script on the reverse. Marks COIN and N HARDING CO. incuse. A good, heavy piece. Like new. While this is probably a sugar shell it just as easily could be used (and may have been used) as a preserve spoon since its shape is somewhat like later preserve spoons.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Southern : Pre 1900 item #674914 (stock #SS998-209)
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Coin silver sugar shell, 7 inches long, in fiddle tipt pattern with upturned handle and shell bowl sold by William Kendrick, Louisville, Kentucky, who worked from c. 1842 to 1880. This piece appears to be from the period 1850 - 1860 in style, although earlier is certainly possible. No engraving. Marked "Wm KENDRICK" incuse on reverse of handle. Pristine condition. A great piece of Kentucky silver.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Early Patterns : Pre 1900 item #674915 (stock #SS0799-378)
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Coin silver gravy ladle in the "Bead" pattern, 6 inches long, probably made by John Pohlemus of NYC and sold by Crosby, Hunnewell & Morse, 1861/2 - 1863, Boston, Massachusetts. Engraved "EM" on the reverse in Gothic. Marked "CROSBY, HUNNEWELL & MORSE" and "PURE COIN" incuse on the reverse of the handle. Excellent condition.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Fiddle-Handled : Pre 1900 item #674917 (stock #PD1198-23)
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$95.00
3 coin silver tablespoons/serving spoons by Willard & Hawley of Syracuse, NY, 1852. 8 3/8 inches long. Handle is oval fiddle tipt upturned. In excellent condition except for slight turning in of the very tip of the points of the bowls from use, which only shows upon very close inspection. Engraved "F.L.H." in script on the front of the handle. Marked "WILLARD & HAWLEY" in serrated rectangle, "1852" in connected ovals, and "PREMIUM" in serrated rectangle.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Pre 1900 item #675181 (stock #PD1101-83)
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Five fiddle handle coin silver teaspoons by Andrew E. Warner, Baltimore, Maryland, (1810-1870) probably c. 1840-1860. Marked "A.E.WARNER" in serrated rectangle and 10.15 in rectangle [the 15 is elevated above the 10 and is underlined; this was a Baltimore mark that mean .896 silver and was used from c. 1840-1860]. Bowls are in excellent condition with a very little tip wear. Engraved "EAL" in script on the front handle. A very nice set of early teaspoons.
 
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