Price guides for Two Charleston coin silver spoons: downturned...

Appraise and find values for
Two Charleston coin silver spoons: downturned...

From marks4antiques.com - The most updated price guides and makers' marks research online

Over 15 years of helping our members
research their collections & heirlooms

An appraisal example from the millions of items in our Price Guides:

Two Charleston coin silver spoons: downturned
© BRUNK AUCTIONS, Asheville, NC, USA

Two Charleston coin silver spoons: downturned fiddle handles, pointed fins, marked "DUMOUTET" (John B. Dumoutet, working Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, prior... [this item is NOT for sale]


Price Sold & Full Description
AVAILABLE TO OUR MEMBERS


Research the value of your own items:

See more appraisal examples and price guides for other items

Check our other research services:
IDENTIFY WORLDWIDE MAKERS' MARKS & HALLMARKS
marks4ceramics: Porcelain, Pottery, Chinaware, Figurines, Dolls, Vases...
marks4silver: Silver, Jewelry, Pewter, Silverplate, Copper & Bronze...

Explore other items from our
Antiques & Collectibles Price Guide

  • South Carolina Silver Thomas Radcliffe:
    South Carolina Coin Silver, Thomas W. Radcliffe, Columbia, Coin Silver Teaspoon, J. E. Spear, Charleston, Coin Silver Teaspoon, Veal & Glaze Columbia Coin Silver Mustard Spoon ... [more like this]
  • Charleston coin silver ladle, downturned
    tipt back, fiddle handle, rounded fins, marks for Hayden & Gregg (New York City and Charleston, South Carolina, working 1832-1846), "CLB" monogram, 13 in. Scratches in bowl, ... [more like this]
  • Charleston coin silver ladle, downturned
    fiddle and thread handle, marked for retailer "Gregg Hayden & Co." (Charleston, South Carolina, working 1846-1852), pseudo marks for maker Gale & Hayden ... [more like this]
  • Charleston coin silver ladle, downturned
    tipt back, fiddle handle, rounded fins, marks for Hayden & Gregg (New York City and Charleston, South Carolina, working 1832-1846, possibly retailer), with pseudo hallmarks ... [more like this]
  • Two Charleston coin silver spoons: downturned
    tipt backs, rounded fins, marked "J&P MOOD" (John Mood and Peter Mood, Jr., Charleston, South Carolina, working 1834-1841), 8-3/4 in. One with repaired bowl, bowls buffed, ... [more like this]
  • Charleston coin silver ladle, downturned
    fiddle handle, sickle and wheat decoration, marked "J. EWAN" (John Ewan, Charleston, South Carolina, working 1823-1852), 13 in. Handle bent, areas of wear, dents, ... [more like this]
  • Six Charleston coin silver spoons: fiddle
    handles and downturned tipt backs, rounded fins, marked "J. Ewan" (John Ewan, Charleston, South Carolina, working 1823-1852) with pseudo hallmarks, inscribed "Nelson" ... [more like this]
  • Two Charleston coin silver spoons: downturned
    fiddle handles, pointed fins, marked "DUMOUTET" (John B. Dumoutet, working Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, prior 1802, Charleston, South Carolina, 1802-1813), monograms, 9 in. ... [more like this]
  • Hayde Charleston SIlver Teaspoon: Nathaniel
    Hayden, Charleston, South Carolina, Coin Silver Teaspoon Nathaniel Hayden, Charleston, South Carolina, coin silver teaspoon downturned tipt backs, fiddle handles, rounded ... [more like this]
  • Two South Carolina coin silver spoons: downturned
    fiddle handle, pointed fins, one marked "A. Young/Camden", no monogram, 1.77 oz.T., 9 in., small dents, scratches, wear to bowl tip, bowl bent; one with downturned ... [more like this]
  • Southern Coin Silver Flatware Charleston,
    19th century, marks for John Mood (Charleston, South Carolina, circa 1810, 1834-1841, also Athens, Georgia), all with downturned fiddle handles: ladle inscribed "Burnham", ... [more like this]
  • Hayden Coin Silver Flatware 19th century:
    five with downturned tipt back handles, marks for Hayden & Gregg (Charleston, South Carolina, working 1832-1846), 6-1/4 in., wear to bowl tips; teaspoon with fiddle-and-thread ... [more like this]
  • Southern Coin Silver Flatware Charleston,
    South Carolina, 19th century, five forks with beaded borders, marks for James E. Spear (working 1846-1871): three spoons with olive style decoration; spoon with downturned ... [more like this]
  • Monk Coin Silver Ladle downturned oval handle,
    marks for Monk (James Monk, Charleston, South Carolina, working 1797-1808), "A" monogram, 5.03 oz.T., 14 in., ... [more like this]

This list is limited to only a few results.
Many more items are available to our members through our Price Guides!

Ideal research tools for Collectors, Personal Property Appraisers, Antiques & Collectibles Dealers, Auction Houses, Museums, eBayers or other online sellers (Rubylane, Etsy etc) and curious minds interested in appraising & identifying collectibles