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American coin silver flatware 19th century

American coin silver flatware 19th century Fiddle Thread pattern, consisting of: 13 spoons, L8 3/4" 10 spoons, L7" 13 teaspoons, L5 3/4" 6 forks,... [this item is NOT for sale]

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  • Three Pieces of American Coin Silver Flatware,
    consisting of a pair of John Warrington, Philadelphia, coin silver "Fiddle" tablespoons, 1828-1831, and a rare Storrs and Cooley, Utica, New York, "Tipt" coin silver sauce ... [more like this]
  • American coin silver flatware 19th century Fiddle
    Thread pattern, consisting of: 13 spoons, L8 3/4" 10 spoons, L7" 13 teaspoons, L5 3/4" 6 forks, L8 1/4" 8 forks, L7" some with engraved initials and crest, bearing maker's ... [more like this]
  • American Coin Silver Flatware New York, early
    19th century, 14 pieces with marks for Marquand & Co. (New York City, working 1833-1839), fiddle handles: eight teaspoons, monogram "MAB", 5-3/4 in.; three teaspoons, monogram ... [more like this]
  • A Group of American Silver Flatware: A Group
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  • 54 pcs Coin Silver Flatware Large group
    of assorted American coin silver from Northern and Midwestern silversmiths, 54 pcs. Includes 6 Fiddle Tipt pattern forks, marked for Knowles & Ladd (Providence, Rhode Island, ... [more like this]
  • Interesting Thirty-Four-Piece Collection
    of Silver Flatware, comprised of four teaspoons, London, 1813, by the maker W.J.; a set of six matching dessert forks, London, 1787, 1789 and 1790, by William Chawner; a ... [more like this]
  • American coin silver spoons and sterling
    flatware 19th century collection of coin silver consisting of: set of 5 teaspoons by J. Jones, L6 1/8" teaspoon by George Baker, Rhode Island or Mass., L6 1/8" 2 tablespoons, ... [more like this]
  • A group of Scandinavian silver flatware Comprising:
    a Norwegian .830 standard large pointed oval serving spooon with engraved decoration, J. Pettersen; a large soup ladle with shell bowl and engraved fan pattern finial, marked ... [more like this]
  • American coin silver 27-pc flatware mid-20th
    century, coin silver fiddle & thread flatware, comprising: 13 forks, 11 spoons, 2 ladles, and a sugar shell spoon, unidentified maker mark of a D-eagle-bust, 30.90 ozt. Condition: ... [more like this]
  • A Georgian silver assembled flatware setVarious
    London makers, mostly 1820'sFiddle, Thread and Shell variations, some erasures Comprising: 2 table forks, Paul Storr, 1821; 1 table fork, maker's mark rubbed, 1822; 4 table ... [more like this]
  • An English silver flatware groupVarious makers,
    London unless otherwise noted, 19th centuryFiddle Comprising: 2 table forks, WS, 1823, monogrammed; 2 table forks, WE, 1828, monogrammed as preceding; 6 dessert forks, WE, ... [more like this]
  • Ten Pieces Coin Silver Flatware American,
    19th century: six knives with fiddle and thread hollow handles, blades with marks probably for George Lindner (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, working 1837-1850), monograms, 7-3/8 ... [more like this]
  • Three American Coin Silver Tablespoons, mid-19th
    c., in the “Fiddle” pattern, one marked Hyde & Goodrich, New Orleans, engraved “Foster” in script on the reverse, high French style shoulders; two by Mitchell & Tyler, ... [more like this]
  • A Group of Silverplate Flatware, 6 fiddlethread
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  • An American Coin Silver Partial Flatware
    Service in the Fiddle Thread Pattern Wood & Hughes New York wc. 1845-1899 ret. A.B. Griswold & Co. New Orleans wc.1865-1906 including 8 dinner forks and 1 tablespoon; together ... [more like this]
  • 15 Pieces Coin Silver Flatware American,
    mid 19th century, most fiddle handles, various Northern makers, most with monograms, ten teaspoons, four tablespoons and one butter knife, 5-3/4 in. to 8-3/4 in., 12.28 ... [more like this]
  • A group of American silver flatware Comprising:
    Pointed Oval tablespoon, monogrammed: R/GR, Daniel Jackson, New York, late 18th century; coin Fiddle tablespoon with maker's mark rubbed, Wavy Fiddle coin tablespoon, engraved ... [more like this]
  • American silver flatware Including: one
    coin silver asparagus tongs, Polhemus's Armor pattern, circa 1870, base engraved monogram 'HDD', unmarked L: 10 1/2 in.; one asparagus tongs, Faneuil pattern, New York, circa ... [more like this]
  • Group of Five Pieces of American Silver Flatware,
    consisting of a F. A. Durgin, St. Louis, coin silver "Fiddle" tablespoon, ca. 1859-1861, an American "Plain antique" coin silver mustard spoon, second quarter 19th century, ... [more like this]
  • Assorted World Silver inc. Irish Assorted
    grouping of silver flatware including Irish, Scottish, English, and American, 42 pcs total. Includes: 1 King's pattern condiment spoon, Dublin, 1828, maker B_; 1 Georgian ... [more like this]

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