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Five 19th c. coin silver spoons- Freeman

Five 19th c. coin silver spoons- Freeman Philadelphia Amos Pangborn VT George W. Webb Baltimore and two by Stodder & Frobisher Boston. Each approx. 9"l.... [this item is NOT for sale]

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  • Five 19th c. coin silver spoons- Freeman
    Philadelphia Amos Pangborn VT George W. Webb Baltimore and two by Stodder & Frobisher Boston. Each approx. 9"l. ... [more like this]
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    19th/20th century Comprising 12 Dominick & Haff 'Renaissance' pattern teaspoons, 3 Alvin 'Edward VII' boullion spoons, 8 Alvin floral salad forks, 6 Dominick & Haff 'Mazarin' ... [more like this]
  • Rare set Southern coin silver spoons by Freeman
    Augusta, Georgia (circa 1853-60) French Thread pattern engraved with initials MAC(?); marked: J.N. Freeman (Joel N. Freeman) L5 3/4", and 3.1oz (5pcs) Literature: Cutten, ... [more like this]
  • Southern Coin Silver Spoons Georgia, 19th
    century, three E. J. Johnston serving spoons (Macon); C. G. St. John teaspoon (Macon); E. R. Lawshe teaspoons (Atlanta); four G. Sharp dessert spoons (Atlanta); six T. W. ... [more like this]
    Woods and with bright cut decoration. Monogrammed. l: 9 in., 6.29 ozt. Freeman Woods (1765-1834) moved from New York City to New Bern, North Carolina in 1794 - Provenance: ... [more like this]
  • Two Freeman Woods coin silver spoons, marked
    "Woods" in cartouche (New York State, working 1791-1794, and New Bern, North Carolina, working 1794-1827); one with oval handle, bright cut decoration, oval bowl, ... [more like this]
  • Southern coin silver spoons: A. Blanchard,
    Kentucky; Freeman, Norfolk, Virginia; H. P. Buckley, New Orleans; J. Campbell, North Carolina or Tennessee; 5.35 oz. T., (five pieces). The Collection of a Charleston, South ... [more like this]
  • Eight Sterling and Coin Silver Flatware Serving
    Items, including a Tiffany & Co. "San Lorenzo" tomato server, an Alvin "Bridal Rose" sugar spoon, a Gorham "Lancaster" small cold meat fork, an N.A. Freeman coin silver pie ... [more like this]
  • 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]
  • Southern coin silver: five pieces with marks
    for C. H. Zimmerman & Co. (New Orleans, Louisiana, working 1866-1871), one child's mug, beaded border, shield and flower decoration, monogram, 2-3/4 x 3-1/4 x 2-1/4 in., [base ... [more like this]
    teaspoons made late 19th century by various American makers including Galt & Bro. - Washington Medallion spoon, Gorham & Company, Freeman & Taylor and S.H Elliot. Weight ... [more like this]
  • Augusta coin silver flatware: serving spoons,
    tongs, fish fork, teaspoons with marks for J.N. Freeman & Co., T.W. Freeman, W. Catlin, Clark & Co.; tongs with Clark, Rackett & Co.; F&H Clark, F.A. Brahe, ... [more like this]

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