SOLD! for $493.00.
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American Federal coin silver cup with early agricultural society inscription. Beaker with bellied body and flared lip, engraved inscription "Honourable Testimony/Sept. 1815/ BERKSHIRE Agricultural Society to J.A". Maker's mark: Shepherd & Boyd (working Albany, NY, first quarter 19th century) in serrated rectangle on bottom. 3-1/4"H, 3.495 oz troy. Note: The Berkshire Agricultural Society was founded in 1811 in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, under the leadership of Elkanah Watson. Provenance: Estate of Salli LaGrone, Franklin, Tennessee. Condition: Small notch at lip, light denting near base, overall very good condition.