This large (8 3/4") serving spoon is in good condition. There are a few tiny dents in the bowl but no bends or repairs. It is marked "Bigelow & Brothers", Boston, 1840/50.
This little master salt is 3 3/8" and in excellent condition. There are no bends dents or repairs. The mark is worn but I think it is "A.Mathey" possibly for Aime Mathey of New York city. I'm not sure whether Aime is a mans or ladies name. It would be nice if this were a Woman Silversmith. Ca 1835.
This is a sturdy salt spoon (3 1/2") in one of the "bead" patterns. It's in nice condition with no dents or bends. It is marked "C.A. Burr & Co" of Rochester, NY Ca 1855.
I don't get much Ohio coin silver, so maybe someone out there would like a reasonable piece. It's 5 3/4" and in pretty good condition. There are dents in the bowl but no repairs or bends. It is marked "Lafee" for D.A. Lafee, Dayton, Ohio. Ca 1850.
This coin silver salt spoon is 3 3/4 and in good condition. There are no dents or repairs. On the front is "HCAS Premium" presumably the Hartford Ct. Agricultural Society. It is marked "H&A Goodwin". Hartford, CT Ca 1840.
This single teaspoon is 5 3/4 and double struck (front & back). It's in nice condition with a crisp pattern and 1 tiny bowl dent. It is marked "Bailey & Co" incuse very lightly (hence no picture of signature). Ca 1850/55.
These dessert forks are 6 5/8" and the pattern is "Fiddlethread". There is small amount of tine wear and 2 have tines that have been bent, but they are intact and not cracked. These have no monogram on the front and a small one on the back. They are marked "O. Reed" for Osman Reed of Philadelphia. Ca 1845.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : 18th and Early 19th Century : Pre 1837 VR item #376870 (stock #8002)
Offered are 3 teaspoons all made around 1810/1815. 2 were made in Philadelphia, one in New York. A. 5 1/8" square shouldered, incised drop coffee spoon by John J. Parry, ca 1810. B. A 5 7/8" teaspoon, with no shoulders and an oval drop by William Levis, Philadelphia, ca 1810. C. A 6" teaspoon with no shoulders and an oval drop by Clark & Pelletreau, New York, ca 1810/15. Please see marks in additional pictures 2,3 & 4.
These 4 serving spoons range in size from 8 1/4" to 8 3/4" and all are in excellent condition. There are no dents or bowl wear. From left to right: "C. Blakeslee" - unknown, "S.D. Brower & Son" - Troy & Albany, NY, Wood & Hughes, sterling, NY, NY and "King & Bro", unknown. All except the sterling one date around 1850. The Wood & Hughes one is around 1870.
All Items : Silver : Coin Silver : 18th and Early 19th Century : Pre 2000 item #217503 (stock #7425)
These are 5 1/2" long. They are bright cut, pointed end with no shoulders and a normal drop. The bowls have dents but negligable tip wear. They are marked "RW" in an oval cartouche probably Robert Wilson. New York ca 1803/1805.
This Baltimore cup is 3 1/2" tall at the rim and the diameter is 3 1/4". It's in good condition. The handle has been reattached as have many cups. There is minor denting. The reposse' decoration is crisp. It is marked "W. Brown", "10.15" and has a clover (?) looking symbol. Ca 1845/1850.
This pastry server is large at 10 3/4". The condition is immaculate. The engine turning sparkles. The pattern is "Olive" but has added engraving within the pattern. The inscription is "Minnie to SCB (?)". It is marked "Bailey & Co." with additional trademarks. (See 2nd picture). Philadelphia, CA 1850/55.