Bright cut, oval end. Arch drop. Length 5-5/8". The monogram is lengthwise script in a reserve, LH. Overall and mark condition are excellent.
Fiddle thread, rounded fins, broad bowl. Length 13". Bowl width 4-1/8"; front to back 3-3/8". Weight 5.4 troy ounces. The script monogram on the back is MPC. Overall condition is excellent. Mark condition is very good. This is probably a Philadelphia item.
Hinged in middle. Three-dimensional figural and floral design on top and bottom of handle. Length 7-3/4". Weight 3 troy ounces. The monogram is too rubbed to read. Overall and mark condition are excellent.
The chasing is of a poppy. Downturned handle, not tipt, no drop. Length 5-7/8". Weight 14 dwt. No monogram. Mark and overall condition are excellent.
Pointed antique handle. Double-lipped bowl. Length 13-1/2". Bowl width 4-3/8". Bowl front to back 3". Weight 7.7 troy ounces. The monogram is an Old English C. Overall and mark condition are excellent.
All Items : : Pre 1800 item #474147 (stock #AM1390)
Downturned handles, oval end. Drop. Length 9-3/8". Weight 1-3/4 troy ounces each. Script monogram JS(?). Overall condition is very good; mark condition is excellent.
Chased design, elaborate piercing, fold-over handle. Maker's logo/STERLING; I can't identify maker. Maximum horizontal dimension 5-7/8". Outside diameter of strainer 3"; inside diameter of strainer 2-5/8". Base diameter 3". Total weight 3-3/4 troy ounces. No monogram. Overall condition excellent (holder needs regulating).
Kings pattern. Length 8". Weight 2.78 troy ounces each. The monogram is FMR lengthwise (Old English?)on the back of the forks. Overall and mark condition are excellent.
Edge divided into 3 segments. On 3 ball feet. Diameter 4-1/4". Height 2-1/8". Weight 7.1 troy ounces. No monogram. Overall and mark condition are excellent.
Incised arch drop. Length 5-3/8". Geer Terry lived from 1775-1858. He worked in Worcester,MA until 1814, then in Enfield, CT. The monogram is a script TL. Overall condition of these spoons is near mint. Mark condition is excellent.
Fiddle, sharp fins, no drop, downturned handles. Marked L and 3 pseudohallmarks, each of the 4 in a rectangle. First half of 19th century. Length 7-1/16". Total weight 5.8 troy ounces. The monogram is the crest of a bird (rubbed). Overall and mark condition are excellent.
Leaf repousse, applied top and bottom decorative bands. Marked PURE SILLLVER COIN and pseudohallmarks of Tifft & Whiting. The inscription in a reserve on the front says: "Presented/to/John L.Cook/as a token of/respect by the operatives in/the Carding Room of the/P.S.Factory/Portsmouth NH./Sept.15,1853". The Portsmouth city directory for 1851 lists John L. Cook as overseer in the Portsmouth Steam Factory (they made yarn). Height of handle 4-1/2"; of lip 4-1/4". Diameter of mouth 3";of base 2-3/8"...