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All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces : Pre 1900 item #715977 (stock #EB98-23)
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$100.00
Beautiful coin silver mustard ladle, 5 & 3/16 inches long, sold by Wood & Hughes of NYC, ca. 1850-1860. The pattern is similar to the "Leaf" pattern of George Shiebler. Marked with a star, which is probably a journeyman's mark and "WOOD & HUGH." incuse. Engraved "Hoyt" in script.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Pre 1900 item #715961 (stock #SS998-190)
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$40.00
A coin silver dessert fork, 6 an 15/16 inches long, in the "Olive" pattern, marked "Wood & Hughes" incuse and "W [&] H" incuse with the mark that the 4th ed. of Rainwater identifies as being used after 1871. However, since the fork is coin and is not marked sterling, I expect that it was made before 1871, possibly by William Gale, and marketed by Wood & Hughes in NYC later. Engraved "J. I. Crosby" in script. Tines worn unevenly, but still quite usable. Wood & Hughes were in business ca...
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Pre 1900 item #715232 (stock #SS998-193)
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$65.00
Coin silver sugar shell in a variant of the Bead pattern by Wood & Hughes, NYC, ca. 1845-99, probably 1850-1870,as the mark of "W & H" in a rectangle was used before 1871. Also marked with a rubbed mark that ends "...ITTENHEIMER". Engraved "Libbie" in cursive on the front. Slight dent in the beading on the right side just above the "L" in "Libbie." Otherwise in "like new" condition. A veryu nice sugar shell. Could also be used as a preserve spoon.
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 : 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 : Sterling : Flatware : Pre 1900 item #681361 (stock #EB-98-21)
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$85.00
A pair of William Gale & Son Sterling Silver Dessert Forks, 7 and !/8 inches long, in a pattern I have not been able to identify but one that might be called "Tipt Bead." Tines somewhat worn. Engraved "M.J.S." in Gothic on the front. Marked with a "2" [probably a journeyman's or quality mark], "W GALE & SON" & "925 STERLING" on the middle of the reverse of the handle. Circa 1850-1859 [see Rainwater U Redfield, 4th Ed. at p. 118. Some of the photos are poor in color...
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Hollowware : Pre 1837 VR item #679832 (stock #NY099-01)
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Coin silver tea set by William Gale of NYC c. 1816-1827. Gale worked c. 1816-1866 but always with another or others after 1827 and with a joint mark as far as I can determine, thus the attribution to 1816-27. The pieces are engraved on the right hand side with a "W' in script, but the monograms are quite rubbed. The base of the teapot has an old repair with silver solder which is barely noticeable. A very nice set.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Early Patterns : Pre 1900 item #681371 (stock #SS998-191)
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$30.00
Plain Tipped/Tipt pattern, unmarked coin silver dessert fork, 7" long, marked "COIN" incuse on the reverse and engraved "C" in Gothic on the front of the handle. Tines are perfect.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Pre 1900 item #715262 (stock #SS998-216)
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$75.00
A very heavy early sterling silver tablespoon in excellent condition in a varian of the "Tuscan" pattern, 8 and 1/4 inches long ca. 1868. An interesting piece because it was given as a "memento mori," i.e. a memento of a person's death. Engraved "Adam Sherman" in script on the front and "April 2nd 1868" "Aged 87 Y 1 M 18 Days" on thee reverse in script. Marked "J.T.FOX" and "925" incuse. Possibly John T. Fox of Rochester, but Kovel's gives an earlier date for him.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Pre 1900 item #715250 (stock #SS1198-241)
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Coin silver dessert spoon in the "Tuscan" pattern, probably made by William Gale of NYC. 6 and 11/16 inches long. Sold in Philadelphia by Bailey & Co. Marked Bailey & Co. incuse and "PATENT 1846" incuse in rectangle. Engraved "EO" in script.In great condition with only the slightest wear on the left side of the tip, which is barely noticeable.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Pre 1900 item #715974 (stock #SS-199-256)
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$22.50
Coin silver teaspoon in Joseph Seymour's "Cottage" pattern, c. 1849-50. Syracuse, NY. Marked "NORTON & SEYMOUR" incuse and Star S Eagle. Enrgraved "Mrs. Davis" on the front and "J.M.F." on the reverse.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 : Southern : Pre 1900 item #722657 (stock #BB0502-2)
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$100.00
Coin silver teaspoon marked "S WILMOT" in rectangle. Fiddle thread pattern. This is either the mark of Samuel Wilmot of New Haven, CT, Georgetown, SC (1824-37) and Charleston, SC (1838-41) or of Samuel Wimot of Savannah, GA c. 1850-56. It could be either. It looks very mcuh like the mark attributed by Belden to the Charleston Wilmot. Probably made in NYC and sold in SC or GA. Most fiddle thread of this period was made in NYC and then sent throughout the country. S. Wilmot of Ga...
All Items : Silver : Sterling : Hollowware : Pre 1970 item #722638 (stock #MAM98-5)
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Sterling silver sugar bowl with lid and creamer by Schofield Co. of Baltimore, MD. In the Neo-Classic style. Sugar Bowl is about 7 and 1/8 inches high to top of the finial and 6 and 3/4 inches wide from handle to handle. Creamer is about 6 1/4 inches to top of handle. Engraving is hard to decipher but appears to be "HAC." In excellent condition. Schofield Co. was founded in 1903 as the Baltimore Silversmiths Mfg. Co., changed its name to Heer-Schofield Co...
All Items : Silver : Sterling : Pre 1837 VR item #681397 (stock #SS998-207)
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$60.00
Scottish Sterling silver egg spoon, 5 and 1/8 inches long, Glasgow, 1824-5, Mitchell & Son. Engraved with a crest of a bird and torse below. The color is sterling, the photos are poor in color. Great for modern use as a condiment spoon, if not as an egg spoon.
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 : Pre 1837 VR item #714349 (stock #ss0202-515)
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$150.00
Large coin silver sugar tongs, 6 and 5/16 inches long, by Samuel L. Brown of New York, NY, ca. 1820-50. Marked "S. BROWN" in a serrated rectangle on the interior of both handles. Engraved "HCH" in copperplate script on the exterior end and "S.R.H." in modern block letters on the interior end. A nice pair of tongs, large enough to use for ice cubes today.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Pre 1900 item #676190 (stock #PD0199-49)
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5 coin silver teaspoons sold by Lowell & Senter, watchmakers and jewelers of Portland, Maine. The firm existed from about 1830 to 1870. These appear to be from the 1840-1850 period. Double-swell fiddle handle (Scotch fiddle). Engraved "SRH" on the front of the handle. Bowls in very good condition although the very ends are begninning to turn adn their are very small dings in some of them. Hallmarked "LOWELL & SENTER" in a rectangle.
 
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