SILVER. HYDE & GOODRICH SILVER MINT JULEP CUP. Inscribed Hyde & Goodrich New Orleans coin silver mint julep cup or beaker with gold wash to the interior. Stamped to underside, "Hyde & Goodrich H New Orleans". Total approx. weight is 4.43 troy oz (gross). From a Teaneck, NJ estate. Dimensions: cup measures approx. 3.125" diameter x 3.675" high. Condition: Good, with light surface scratches and minor dings/dents.
SILVER. (4) AMERICAN AND ENGLISH SILVER CUPS. Includes a sterling mint julep cup inscribed, "The Blood-Horse" - stamped, "Sterling" to the underside; an English silver cup with personal inscription - Birmingham, Harrison Brothers & Howson (George Howson), 1898, with additional inscription to underside, "Sterling Eng. S.1361 GA"; a Frank W. Smith sterling mint julep cup - inscribed, "The Blood-Horse Virginia Breeder of The Year 1980 T.M. Evans Buckland Farm", with pictorial hallmark to underside and stamped, "Sterling 3759"; and a small English silver tankard - London, unidentified maker's marks, 1808, duty mark of King George III (1786-1821). Total approx. weight of all items is 16.45 troy oz (gross). From a Patterson, NY estate. Dimensions: tankard measures approx. 3.75" w x 2.375" d x 3" h. Condition: Good, with light surface scratches and minor dings/dents.
A SHELF LOT OF MOSTLY PLATED HOLLOW WARE ITEMS, INCLUDING A PAIR OF ENGLISH STERLING SHELL TRAYS, (2) TRAYS; (4) SARATOGA SPRINGS PL... A shelf lot of mostly plated hollow ware items, including a pair of English sterling shell trays, (2) trays; (4) Saratoga Springs plated mint julep cups; total silver weight 3.5 ozt
A LOT OF SILVERPLATE HOLLOW WARE ITEMS: AN ITALIAN PLATED COASTER/WINE COOLER FITTED WITH A GLASS LINER 6 A lot of silverplate hollow ware items: an Italian plated coaster/wine cooler fitted with a glass liner 6.75"h; a 19th century pair of European candlesticks 7.75"h; (4) LAPA mint julep cups 3"h
STERLING: AMERICAN MAKERS, TWENTY-EIGHT PIECES INCLUDING FOURTEEN MINT JULEP CUPS, FOOTED WITH FLARED RIM; FIVE ASSORTED NAPKIN RINGS, ONE SPOON REST, AND EIGHT ASSORTED COASTERS, WEAR CONSISTENT WITH AGE, SOME BENDIN...STERLING: American makers, twenty-eight pieces including fourteen mint julep cups, footed with flared rim; five assorted napkin rings, one spoon rest, and eight assorted coasters, wear consistent with age, some bending on napkin rings and coasters, all pieces with monograms and/or inscriptions, sold as is. [Total Weight: 32.6 ozt. tw.]
STERLING SILVER MINT JULEP/BEER SET, TWO RELATED MINT JULEP CUPS, FLUTED BOWL FOR NUTS AND NORWEGIAN SILVER MOUNTED BEER STEIN S. Kirk & Son julep cup; flared body with stepped base and rim. Marked on the bottom: "S.Kirk&Son/STERLING/ 277", 3 ?"D x 3 ¾"T. A Chicago Silver Company julep cup; flared body with stepped base and rim finished with pin dot roping, 3 ?"D x 3 ?"T. Marked on the bottom: "Chicago Silver Company hallmark/STERLING/340". Sterling bowl with fluted body, and everted rim, marked Sterling on the bottom, 6 ¼"D x 1 ?"T. Crystal tankard with 830 silver mounts, hinged lid and thumb piece, marked with Magnus Aase, Begen, hallmarks, "IK 1796", "WZ" and illegible one, monogrammed, 7"T. Total weight of silver, 12.67 toz.
(LOT OF 4) S. KIRK & SON STERLING MINT JULEP CUPS #277 A (lot of 4) S. Kirk & Son sterling Mint Julep cups #277, each of tumbler form with ribbed rim and foot, monogram, 3.75"h x 3.25"d, total weighable 14.6 toz
3 COIN SILVER JULEPS - KENDRICK & KINSEYThree coin silver mint julep cups or beakers, all with triple reeded rims and footrings. Two (3-1/3"H) are marked E & D Kinsey (Edward and David Kinsey, working Cincinnati, Ohio 1844-1861) in rectangle with additional eagle or bird pseudohallmark and are monogrammed "Buckner" on front; the smaller one (3") has incuse marks W. Kendrick and Louisville (William Kendrick, b. 1810- d.1880) and is monogrammed "Suzanne" on front. 13.57 oz troy combined weight. All circa 1850. Provenance: the collection of John Montague, Memphis, Tenn.
All items in very good condition.
KINSEY COIN SILVER JULEP CUPCoin silver mint julep cup or tumbler, round tapered form with reeded and molded lip and foot, monogrammed JG. Incuse mark on base "E & D Kinsey" (Edward & David Kinsey, working ca.1836-1850, Newport, Kentucky, and Cincinnati, Ohio). 3-5/8"H, 5.21 oz troy. Provenance - Lexington, Kentucky area collection. (Higher-resolution photos are available at www.caseantiques.com)
1/2" dent to back.
8 STERLING JULEP CUPS8 sterling silver mint julep cups, each marked Newport Sterling 1673, with reeded upper and lower rims, gilt wash interiors and tapering bodies, monogrammed A * C over W. 3 3/4" H, 32.015 total oz troy. Mid 20th century. Provenance: Collection of Charles and Ann Wells, Nashville, Tennessee. (Higher-resolution photos are available at www.caseantiques.com)
One has slightly dented area at bottom rim, one slightly mis-shapen, others with scattered tiny dents and light scratches, varying wear and losses to gilt interiors.
3 KITTS COIN SILVER JULEP CUPS, INCL. AGRICULTURALThree (3) Coin Silver Mint Julep Cups with beaded rims, all marked on base for John Kitts, Louisville, KY (working 1843-1878; this mark used circa 1836-1874). Includes 1 agricultural premium cup engraved "South Western Agricultural & Mechanical Association", 3 5/8" H; and 2 smaller cups, 1 engraved "Awarded by the Henderson Hopkins & Union Agricultural Association," and 1 without inscriptions or monograms, both 2 7/8" H. Combined weight: 10.71 oz troy.
The Estate of Cora Jane Spiller, Bowling Green, Kentucky.
Overall excellent condition with minimal scratching and a couple of shallow dents, primarily to larger cup.
7 POOLE STERLING SILVER MINT JULEP CUPS7 Poole sterling silver mint julep cups or beakers, with molded rims and stepped footrings. Maker's marks, Sterling, and numerals stamped to underside of bases. All monogrammed with script "M". 3 7/8" H x 3 1/4" dia. 20.360 total troy ounces.
The Collection of Dr. Joe Newsom Rawlings, Davisboro, Georgia.
Overall good condition with surface scratches, scattered dents, largest 1 1/4".
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