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American coin silver tea and coffee service, R & W Wilson Philadelphia, circa 1830-40 consisting of: coffeepot, H10 1/2"; teapot, H10"; hot water or milk...


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  • SEVEN-PIECE ASSEMBLED AMERICAN COIN SILVER
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  • Five-piece American Coin Silver Tea and Coffee
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  • American coin silver tea and coffee service,
    R & W Wilson Philadelphia, circa 1830-40 consisting of: coffeepot, H10 1/2"; teapot, H10"; hot water or milk jug, H10 3/4"; covered sugar, H8 3/4"; creamer, H8"; wastebowl, ... [more like this]
  • Five-piece American Coin Silver Tea and Coffee
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  • AMERICAN COIN SILVER SEVEN PIECE COFFEE/TEA
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  • An American Coin Silver Coffee and Tea Service,
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    SERVICE, GARRETT & SONS, PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA, CIRCA 1860. Comprising two teapots, coffeepot, sugar bowl and cover, cream pitcher and waste bowl; each of urn form, ... [more like this]
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