SOLD! for $330.00.
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Group of sterling, coin silver and silverplated items, 22 total. Group includes sterling silver repousse footed sauceboat with swing handle, marks for Jas. R. Armiger Co. of Baltimore, MD on base. 2 3/4" H plus 3" handle, 4.43 oz troy; Victorian sterling mug with handle and horizontal banding, worn hallmarks for London, 2 5/8" H, 3.135 oz troy; 8 various sterling flatware pieces including baby pusher, 4.725 oz troy; sterling reproduction marriage box from Metropolitan Museum of Art series, 2 5/8" H, 3.035 oz troy; Sterling silver medal, 2nd place, Daily Maroon, Fall 1924, Ad contest, 1 1/4 dia., 0.35 oz troy; (15.675 total oz troy sterling); Tea Caddy, octagonal, possibly Dutch, .833 fineness, with repousse decoration of figures in garden setting, 4 3/8" H, 5.79 oz troy; 9 coin silver spoons including AB Hall, Henderson & Lossing and Platt Brothers, 5 3/4" L, 4.4 oz troy; Asprey & Co., London toast warmer with removable burner and crumb tray, 20639, 7 1/2" H. American, English and Continental items, late 19th/mid 20th century. CONDITION: Sauce boat, baby pusher, one spoon with monograms. All coin spoons with some damage. Hallmarks on British mug are worn.