SOLD! for $1,800.00.
(Note: Prices realized include a buyer's premium.)
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- Low Estimate: $1,500.00
- High Estimate: $1,600.00
- Realized: $1,800.00
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75 pieces assorted sterling silver flatware and hollowware, including: 39 Towle pieces, including 1 baby mug inscribed "Ruth", 12 dinner knives, 12 dinner forks, and 12 teaspoons, monogrammed with script "ALC", 1 Old Colonial pattern cream ladle, with faint gilt wash to bowl inscribed "Pharmacy", monogrammed "K.U.", and 1 Enid, also known as Chatelaine, pattern master butter knife, monogrammed with script "A.L.C."; 7 Reed and Barton pieces, including 1 baby mug, inscribed "Lindsey" and 6 Athenian pattern teaspoons, monogrammed with script "S"; 6 Wendell Manufacturing Company Junior Rococo also known as Mauser, pattern forks, monogrammed with script "G"; 6 Mechanics Sterling Company teaspoons, inscribed with script "Cone"; 5 Gorham pieces, including 4 Lancaster pattern pieces, 2 dessert/oval soup spoons, monogrammed with script "E.M J", 1 tablespoon, and 1 pierced tablespoon spoon, and 1 Strasbourg pattern salad serving spoon, monogrammed with script "C"; 5 Dominick and Haff flat handled butter spreaders, monogrammed with script "ALC"; 2 piece Heirloom Reigning Beauty pattern baby fork and spoon set; 1 J.B. and S.M. Knowles Lexington, also known as Mount Vernon, pattern small chipped beef fork, monogrammed with script "S"; 1 Whiting Manufacturing Company Holly pattern pierced bon bon spoon; 1 Howard Sterling Company York pattern large chipped beef fork, monogrammed with script "J"; and 2 piece miniature salt and pepper shaker set, unknown maker. All items stamped Sterling. Ranging in size from 2" to 8 3/4" L. 72.29 total weighable troy ounces. Condition: All items in overall good condition with normal surface wear. Baby mugs with dents, largest 1/2". Disposal wear to bowls of 2 Reed and Barton teaspoons. Disposal wear to handles, bowl, and tines of baby set. Bent to tine of Knowles fork. Salt and pepper shakers with dents, largest 1/4".