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All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Early Patterns : Pre 1900 item #681413 (stock #SS798-61)
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$135.00
5 coin silver teaspoons in the "Leaf" pattern. Probably NYC. Mid 19th Century. Marked "C. G. Barnes" incuse on the reverse. Unknown retailer and location. Engraved "KAB" in cursive script on the front. Bowls - 2 excellent, 2 good, 1 fair due to denting.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Southern : Pre 1900 item #681408 (stock #PD0199-92)
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$175.00
6 Coin Silver Teaspoons, Baltimore, Maryland, marked "P. B. SADTLER & SONS" incuse on the reverse. Ca. 1856/7-71. See Belden, p. 370. 4 bowls in excellent condition, one good, and one fair due to denting. Engraved "HCH" on the front of the handles in cursive script. Pattern looks like the "Wadefield" pattern of Samuel Kirk & Son depicted in Turner, American Silver Flatware 1837-1910, p. 102.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces : Pre 1900 item #681406 (stock #SS0500-)
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$85.00
Coin silver gravy ladle, 6 and 7/16 inches long, with the Star, D, Eagle mark attributed by McGrew to the Norton/Seymour group from Syracuse, NY, c. 1849-60. Also marked by the retailer O. G. Carter, incuse, loc. unk. Engraved "CMC" in cursive script on the front handle. Bowl has shallow denting on the left, but otherwise in great condition. A nice piece.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces : Pre 1900 item #681404 (stock #SS0500-482)
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$85.00
Coin silver gravy ladle, broad fiddle tipt, 6 and 7/16 inches long, with the Star-D-Eagle mark attributed by McGrew to Norton & Seymour, B. R. Norton & Co. & Joseph Seymour Co. of Syracuse, NY. C. 1849-60. Also bears the retailers mark of O. G. Carter, incuse, location and date unknown. Engraved "CMC" on the handle. Bowl has minor shallow denting on left side. A nice piece.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Pre 1900 item #681400 (stock #EB98-12)
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$100.00
6 American Coin Silver Teaspoons, 5 and 3/4 inches long, by T. B. Leavenworth, Detroit, Michigan. Rainwater and Redfield put him in Detroit in 1869, but these spoons are of a type commonly made from 1850-60 and McGrew agrees they are in that style. Perhaps old stock from New York was unloaded in the West later or perhaps they were made earlier than 1869. Marked with the Detroit Eight-Point Star, T B LEAVENWORTH and COIN incuse...
All Items : Silver : Sterling : Flatware : Pre 1910 item #681377 (stock #EB98-40)
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6 Sterling Dinner Forks, American, in the Tipped/Tipt pattern. Reverse of the end of the handle is slightly concave. C. 1870-1900. Marked with only "925" "STERLING" "1000" on the reverse. Engraved "M.B.M." on the front of the handle in script. Tines slightly worn. One handle slightly out of exact shape, barely noticeable.
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 #681367 (stock #SS0798-15)
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$160.00
Four coin silver dinner forks, 7 $ 5/8 inches long, in a spatulate pattern generally known as Antique or French Antique. Tines have minimal wear for the period. Engraved with a Gothic "D" on the front of the handle end. Marked "A. SKINNER" & "PURE COIN" incuse on the middle oif the handle on the reverse. Location of A. Skinner unknown. Circa 1850-70.
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 : Flatware : Early Patterns : Pre 1900 item #679853 (stock #SS0100-406)
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$425.00
Magnificent coin silver soup ladle in the "Bead" pattern, probably manufactured by John Pohlamus, retailed by Ball Black & co. c. 1851-76. I would date this from 1851-1860, certainly not after 1970. Engraved "C.A.W." in gothic on the reverse of the handle end. Marked "BALL BLACK & CO" incuse on back in middle of handle.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces : Pre 1900 item #679851 (stock #SS0202-522)
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Heavy coin silver soup ladle in the Fiddle Thread pattern, 13 inches long. No engraving. Marked PLATT BRO" in rectangle. Working 1828-1859 in NYC. A very fine ladle.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces : Pre 1900 item #679849 (stock #SS0998-214)
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$75.00
Coin silver sugar tongs, 5 and 15/16 inches long with claw ends. Marked Lion in a rectangle/D incuse/Lion in a rectangle. The lion is of the type attributed by McGrew to Wm. Thompson, Henry Salisbury & Garrett Eoff of NYC ca. 1810-1860. These are more than likely from 1840-60. Engraved "JJ" or "JT" in cursive script on the end.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces : Pre 1900 item #679845 (stock #EB0100-129)
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$165.00
Heavy silver sugar tongs, 6 and 3/8 inches long by John and James Cox of NYC, working 1817-53. Because of their weight and style I would place them at 1850-3. They have a patented design I have not been able to identify, which is similar to the "Empire" design of John Polhamus of NYC. Marked "J & I COX N.Y. PATEN" in a rectangle on one interior side and with what appears to be an English design registration mark in a diamond design on the other...
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces : Pre 1900 item #679840 (stock #EB-300)
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$199.00
Coin silver soup ladle 12 and 5/8 inches long. Manufactured c. 1841-47 by Cunningham, Gilbert & Co. or F. W. Cooper in NYC as the Bust/Lion/C manufacturer's mark is attributed to those firms by McGrew in Manufacturer's Marks on American Coin Silver, pp. 10 & 58. Apparently retailed by Samuel W. Benedict of NYC. "BENEDICT" incuse appears together with the Bust/Lion/C. In Belden at p. 56 the mark "BENEDICT. 5 WALL STREET" incuse appears with the Bust/Lion/C and is attributed to Samuel W...
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 : Pre 1900 item #676220 (stock #EB098-15)
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$125.00
6 coin silver teaspoons by D. Hotchkiss, who worked in Palmyra, NY c. 1840 and Syracuse, NY c. 1847-49. He later became a partner in Hotchkiss & Schreuder, which firm lasted into the late 18th Century. Fiddle handle, engraved on the front "MB" in scirpt. Hallmark "D. HOTCHKISS." in rectangle on reverse of stem. Bowls in very good condition with slight turning in at the points detectable with a fingernail run across them. On bowl has two small dings. But all in all a very nice set.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Pre 1900 item #676193 (stock #SS0798-99)
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$40.00
A pair of coin silver teaspoons with the mark of J. Ambrose Merrill of Portland, Maine, C. 1860. Merrill was probably the retailer. Rounded tipt handles. Engraved "H.A.F." on the back of the handle. Mark is ""J. A. MERRILL" incuse.
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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