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 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.
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 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.
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.
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.
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.