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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 : Early Patterns : Pre 1900 item #681603 (stock #SS0199-269)
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$25.00
1 American coin silver teaspoon in the "Louis XIV" pattern. The pattern is by John Pohlamus, a New York City silversmith who provided Tiffany & Co. with much of its flatware in the mid-19th Century. Marked "PATENT 1847" incuse, "H" incuse probably for Henry Hebbard with whom he worked from 1852-58,although it may be a journeyman's mark, and "TIFFANY & Co." incuse for the retailer Tiffany of NYC...
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Pre 1900 item #716574 (stock #SS0199-270)
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$25.00
Coin silver teaspoon by Albert Coles of NYC, ca. 1870-78m marked with his "Pigtail man" mark. The pattern looks very much like "Josephine" by Gorham, which was patented in 1855. Wear on the drop and denting in the bowl. No engraving.
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 #716565 (stock #PD0601-33)
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$30.00
Coin silver teaspoon in the "Jenny Lind" pattern. 6 inches long. By Albert Coles of NYC. Ca. 1870-78. Marked with Coles' "Pigtail man" mark, used between 1870 and 78. P. T. Barnum introduced the American public to Jenny Lind, "the Swedish nightengale." She was a nationwide smash as a singer, despite some criticism of her talent. Thus a silver pattern named after her. Engraved "H. M. Abrahamson" in copperplate script. Bowl is perfect. Essentially like new...
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 : 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 : Early Patterns : Pre 1900 item #681608 (stock #SS0199-257)
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$50.00
A pair of coin silver teaspoons in the "Louis XIV" pattern by John Polhamus of New York City, retailed by C. Bard & Son in Philadelphia, ca. 1850. Marked "PATENT 1847" incuse with a "W", apparently a journeyman's mark, and "C BARD & SON" incuse. Engraved "AML" in cursive on the front. Bowls are in excellent condition.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces : Pre 1900 item #715980 (stock #SS0900-508)
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$50.00
An unmarked coin silver sugar shell in an unique mid-19th century pattern, heavily engraved by engine engraving on the front. Engraved "ELP". Marked "PURE COIN" incuse. Three minor cracks in the scallops of the shell do not deter from its beauty or usefullness.6 & 11/16 inches long.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Flatware : Early Patterns : Pre 1900 item #681606 (stock #SS0199-257)
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$50.00
A pair of coin silver teaspoons in the "Louis XIV" pattern by John Polhamus of New York City, retailed by C. Bard & Son in Philadelphia, ca. 1850. Marked "PATENT 1847" incuse with a "W", apparently a journeyman's mark, and "C BARD & SON" incuse. Engraved "AML" in cursive on the front. Bowls are in excellent condition.
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 : Sterling : Pre 1900 item #681394 (stock #SS998-180)
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$65.00
Scottish Sterling Tablespoon/Serving spoon, 8 and 1/2 inches long, in the Old English pattern with Beaded edge. Bowl has slight wear on the left. Marked for Edinburgh, 1965-66, made by Mackay & Chisholm. Engraved on the front with a monogram that looks like "HKC".
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 : Serving Pieces : Pre 1900 item #716568 (stock #PD0302)
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$65.00
Coin silver master salt spoon in the "Prince Albert" pattern. Probably by John Pohlamus of NYC. Marked "A.C.BENEDICT 28 BOWERY" in rectangle. Ca. 1850. Engraved "MTH" in script on the front and "S.R.H." in block on the reverse. In excellent condition.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : Serving Pieces : Pre 1900 item #715972 (stock #EB1100-142)
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$70.00
Smaller coin silver sugar shell, 5 & 11/16 inches long, in the Olive pattern. Probably manufactured by William Gale of NYC. Sold by J. N. Lindsay & Co., loc. unk. Marked thus incuse. Ca. 1850-1860. No engraving. In excellent condition.
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 : 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 : Pre 1900 item #714343 (stock #EB1099-123)
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$80.00
Claw end coin silver sugar tongs by A. Stowell, probably Avery W. Stowell of Syracuse, NY, working c. 1842-44. Marked "A. Stowell & Co" incuse and "COIN." incuse. Nice bright cut engraving. Mono "D" in Gothic at curve of handle. These are smaller tongs, only 5 inches long.
 
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