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Southern coin silver spoons South Carolina
© CHARLTON HALL AUCTIONS, West Columbia, SC, USA

Southern coin silver spoons South Carolina circa 1827-1857 John Veal L5 3/4'' Hayden & Gregg L7 1/2'' Total 2.2 Troy oz (2pcs) Provenance: Property descended... [this item is NOT for sale]


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  • Southern coin silver spoons South Carolina
    circa 1827-1857 John Veal L5 3/4'' Hayden & Gregg L7 1/2'' Total 2.2 Troy oz (2pcs) Provenance: Property descended in the prominent early Charleston South Carolina Gourdin ... [more like this]
  • Southern coin silver flatware South Carolina,
    19th century Gregg & Veal fork and spoon engraved EHW and WEH, L5 3/4" and 6 3/4" J. Mood spoon, L6" and 5 others with worn marks, L6" to 8" Total 9.6ozT (8pcs) Provenance: ... [more like this]
  • Five Southern coin silver spoons: serving
    spoon, "Hayden & Whilden" (Charleston, working 1855-1863), 9 in.; one retailer "Gregg, Hayden & Co." (Charleston, South Carolina, working 1846-1852), maker probably Gale & ... [more like this]
  • Rare Southern coin silver spoons, James Meredith
    Winchester, Virginia (wk. 1827-55) Reverse Tipt pattern engraved with initials D; marked: J. Meredith, and one with additional mark of Campbell; L9 1/8"; coin silver spoon, ... [more like this]
  • Rare pair Southern coin silver spoons W.W.
    Ward Winnsboro South Carolina wk. 1841-1854 fiddle pattern engraved Jennette marked: W.W. Ward. L6'' and 1.0 Troy oz (2pcs) Provenance: South Carolina private collection. ... [more like this]
  • Set of Southern coin silver spoons John Veal
    Columbia South Carolina (wk. 1827-57) Reverse Tipt pattern engraved with initial R marked: I Veal within rectangle. L8 1/2'' and 7.6oz troy (5pcs) Provenance: Charleston South ... [more like this]
  • Rare Southern coin silver spoon by Franklin
    Turner Cheraw South Carolina (wk. 1812-23) Fiddle pattern marked: Turner. L8 1/2'' and 1.5oz troy Provenance: Charleston South Carolina collection. Literature: Burton E. Milby. ... [more like this]
  • Rare Southern coin silver spoon J. Campbell
    Cheraw South Carolina wk. 1835 Tipt Fiddle pattern engraved with initials LJM marked: J. Campbell. L6'' and 0.4 Troy oz Provenance: South Carolina private collection. Literature: ... [more like this]
  • Rare Southern coin silver spoon, Franklin
    Turner Cheraw, South Carolina (working 1812-23) L8 1/2", and 1.6oz Literature: Burton, E. Milby. SOUTH CAROLINA SILVERSMITHS, 1690-1860. Charleston, SC: Charleston Museum, ... [more like this]
  • Southern coin silver spoons Mississippi and
    Maryland J.O. & W. Pitkin (Vicksburg c.1835) spoon L6'' 2 Kirk (Baltimore c. 1830-50) spoons L5 3/4'' and 7 1/2'' 2 Canfield (Baltimore c.1835-60) spoons L6'' Total 3.0 Troy ... [more like this]
  • Southern coin silver spoons, Hayden & Gregg
    Charleston, South Carolina (c. 1840-50) set of three Reverse Fiddle Tip pattern spoons, engraved with initials: JNM?, L8 1/4" together with a matching patterned spoon, engraved ... [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]
  • Southern coin silver spoons set E & D Kinsey
    Newport Kentucky (wk. 1844-61) Tipt pattern engraved with initials MB and marked: E&D Kinsey. L6'' and 3.6oz troy Provenance: Charleston South Carolina collection. Literature: ... [more like this]
  • Southern coin silver spoon, William H. Ewan
    Charleston, South Carolina, circa 1823-52shell-and-patternback design engraved with initials GER, marked: Wm. H. Ewan and pseudo hallmarks.L7 1/4", and 1.5oz ... [more like this]
  • Southern coin silver spoon, Peter Mood, Sr.
    Charleston, South Carolina (wk 1785-1821)simple pattern engraved with TT; marked: PM. L8", and 2.2oz ... [more like this]
  • Southern coin silver spoons, John Mood Charleston,
    SC, circa 1813-64French Thread pattern engraved with initials JMS, L6"Reverse Tipt pattern also engraved, L6"each marked: J. Mood, and weighing 1.1oz (Total 2pcs) Provenance ... [more like this]
  • Southern coin silver spoon, Alexander Young
    Camden, South Carolina (working 1807-56) engraved with initial C; marked: Young within rectangle. L8 1/4", and 1.7oz Left side of bowl with wear consistent with use, ... [more like this]
  • Southern coin silver spoon by John Ewan Charleston,
    South Carolina, circa 1823-52 Reverse Tipt and pattern-back design, marked: J. Ewan within serrated rectangle. L8 3/4", and 1.9oz Bowl with wear from use, otherwise with ... [more like this]
  • Southern coin silver spoons, John Mood Charleston,
    South Carolina, circa 1813-64 rare matched set of six, in Prince Albert pattern; marked: J. Mood. L8 1/2", and 12.3oz (6pcs) ... [more like this]
  • Pair Southern coin silver spoons, James E.
    Spear Charleston, South Carolina (wk. 1846-71) Sheaf of Wheat pattern engraved with initials SBG; marked. L5 3/4", and 1.3oz ... [more like this]

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