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Charleston coin silver flatware: tablespoons, teaspoon, forks, salt spoon, marks for Gregg & Hayden (Charleston, South Carolina, working 1832 to 1846),... [this item is NOT for sale]

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    a coin silver tablespoon and pair of similar teaspoons, Shepherd & Boyd, Albany, NY, circa 1820; three Gorham "Newcastle" tablespoons; a Wood & Holmes beaded-edge tablespoon; ... [more like this]
  • Charleston coin silver flatware: tablespoons,
    teaspoon, forks, salt spoon, marks for Gregg & Hayden (Charleston, South Carolina, working 1832 to 1846), 34.86 oz. T., (28 pieces). The Collection of a Charleston, South ... [more like this]
  • Charleston coin silver spoons Gregg Hayden
    & Co South Carolina wk. 1846-52 set of three egg spoons engraved with initials JBA L5 1/2''; marked: Gregg Hayden & Co; together with tablespoon engraved with initials NMG ... [more like this]
  • Six American Coin Silver Tablespoons Six
    Teaspoons and One Dessert Spoon in the Fiddle Thread Pattern Gale & Hayden New York and Charleston c. 1849 weight 16.80 troy ozs. ... [more like this]
  • Three Southern Coin Silver Tablespoons, Nathaniel
    Vernon & Co. active in Charleston, SC (1802-1808), each spoon with bold mark "N. Vernon & Co." in a serrated punch, each with period bright-cut engraved monogram "PB." 8 5/8 ... [more like this]
  • Charleston silver flatware: Peter Mood, Sr.
    coin teaspoon; Hayden, Gregg & Co. coin tablespoon; J. E. Spear coin sugar spoon and teaspoon; three Wm. Carrington & Co. sterling tablespoons; Hayden Brothers coin tongs; ... [more like this]
  • Southern Coin Silver Flatware American 19th
    century. An assembled group of twenty southern coin silver items including eight teaspoons marked for James P. Barnes of Louisville KY six teaspoons marked for James Hyde ... [more like this]
  • J. Ewan SC Coin Silver Salver Charleston,
    South Carolina coin silver salver with chased shell pattern rim, marked J. Ewan in serrated rectangle (John Ewan, working 1823-1852). Monogrammed JBW (?) on base. 1" H x 5 ... [more like this]
  • Southern Coin Silver Flatware Charleston,
    19th century, all with marks for Hayden & Whilden (Charleston, South Carolina, working 1855-1863): crumber; three shell-bowl sugar spoons, tablespoon, (five pieces) ... [more like this]
  • Nineteen Pieces of American Coin Silver Fiddlethread
    Flatware, including a set of twelve tablespoons by Gale, Wood & Hughes, New York, NY, 1835-45, marked "G.W. & H." in a rectangle and pseudo hallmarks of a profile head in ... [more like this]
  • A Group of Jean Delarue Coin Silver Flatware,
    New Orleans, c. 1820-35, marked Delarue flanked by two butterflies, comprised of two forks and two tablespoons in the fiddle pattern, monogrammed JL, fork length 7 3/4 in., ... [more like this]
  • *A Collection of American Coin Silver Spoons
    Joseph Mood Charleston South Carolina first quarter 19th century comprising a serving spoon and eight tablespoons together with an additional example; approximate total weight ... [more like this]

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