SOLD! for $544.00.
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35 pieces of New York and Philadelphia coin silver flatware, including some 18th century Federal spoons. 10 pieces of Philadelphia flatware includes: 1 pair tongs in the Kings Pattern monogrammed WWW on bridge and marked BAILEY & KITCHEN in rectangle with pseudohallmarks, 1832-1846; 2 shell pattern dessert spoons monogrammed ABH and marked CURREY & PRESTON in serrated rectangle and STANDARD in Banner, 1825-1831; 2 teaspoons with oval handles and MJ monograms, marked S. RICHARDS in rectangle (Samuel Richards, working 1791-1818); 1 Fiddle pattern tablespoon marked S. EYTINGE in rectangle (Simon Eytinge, working 1829-1831) with illegible monogram; 1 dessert spoon with fiddle handle monogrammed EOB and marked HILDEBURN PHILA in oval with eagle pseudohallmark c. 1810-1837; 1 oval handle teaspoon monogrammed TCC and marked P GARRETT in rectangle for Philip Garrett, working 1801-1835; 1 teaspoon with fiddle handle monogrammed EJP and marked J.W. Gethen in script, circa 1797-1808, and 1 salt spoon with shell bowl monogrammed SU with incuse mark LH BROOMALL PURE AS COIN circa 1846-1850. 25 pieces New York flatware including: 1 Soup ladle with downturned oval handle, monogrammed T, marked WISHART in rectangle , attr. Hugh Wishart, working New York City, 1784-1819; 2 tablespoons with bright-cut engraved oval handles enclosing illegible three-part monograms, one marked for Tunis D. Dubois, working New York City 1797-1799, with additional sheaf of wheat mark, the other for Isaac Hutton, working Albany, NY c. 1790-1815, with additional double eagle marks; 1 coffin end tablespoon, circa 1811-1815, with RS monogram, marked J. FOSTER in rectangle (attributed to John Foster, working New York 1811-1817, Winchester, Virginia 1817-1825, Woodstock, VA c. 1825, and Martinsburg, VA 1827-1835); 1 fiddle handle tablespoon monogrammed CV, marked for J.T. Rice, working Albany, NY 1813-1815; 2 dessert spoons and 1 teaspoon marked for Wood & Hughes, working New York City 1845-1899 (one dessert spoon in French Thread pattern monogrammed Sidney, the other Fiddle Tipt pattern marked Mary H. Bill); 1 dessert spoon with fiddle handle marked for Gale, Wood & Hughes, New York City 1835-1845; 2 coffin end teaspoons monogrammed W and marked J. SCHANCK in rectangles for John Schank, working New York City, 1792-1797; 1 teaspoon with bright cut oval handle and MW monogram, marked JP (attributed to John Pearson, working New York circa 1791), 1 fiddle pattern teaspoon marked Hayes & Adriance in banner (Peter Hayes and John Adriance, working Poughkeepsie, NY 1816-1826); 1 shell pattern teaspoon marked BG & Co in rectangle with pseudo hallmarks for Baldwin Gardiner & Company, New York City; 1 fiddle pattern teaspoon marked M.P in rectangle for Maltby Pelletreau, working New York 1813; 1 salt spoon monogrammed JAM and marked for Marquand & Co., working New York City 1834-1839; 1 salt spoon monogrammed EMH and marked for William Beebe, working New York City c. 1848-1850; 1 salt spoon with bright cut engraved handle marked W. ROE in rectangle with additional work hallmark for William Roe, working New York c. 1776; 1 salt spoon with fiddle pattern handle monogrammed SWD and marked G & H in rectangle with pseudohallmarks for Gale & Hayden, working New York City and Charleston, South Carolina circa 1848; and 6 salt spoons with gilded bowls, all marked McCLYMAN in rectangle for John McClyman, working New York City 1805-1840. 34.94 oz troy combined weight. Provenance: The estate of Dr. Benjamin H. Caldwell, Nashville, TN. CONDITION: Rice spoon has significant denting to bowl, Wood & Hughes teaspoon has tear to bowl and worn monogram. Other items in very good condition with minor wear and scattered small dents.