SOLD! for $224.00.
(Note: Prices realized include a buyer's premium.)
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11 pieces American coin silver, mid 19th century. Includes: 1 coin silver card case with hinged top, shaped sides and engraved Greek Key, floral and leaf designs, center cartouche monogrammed "Berta", mark for Albert Coles (working New York, 1835-1875); 1 coin silver pie server with Rococo style engraved decoration to blade and olive pattern to handle, mark for Farrington and Hunnewell (working Boston, 1840s-1870s); 1 butter knife with engraved blade, marked Pat 1855 Coin; 1 pair sugar tongs with shell grips marked SCOVIL, WILLEY & CO in rectangle (working Cincinnati, 1836-1837); 3 coin silver tablespoons, fiddle pattern handles marked WHARTENBY in rectangle (working Philadelphia, 1811-1852); 1 tablespoon with oval fiddle handle marked P. SCOVIL in rectangle (working Cincinnati, c. 1816-1837); 1 tablespoon and 2 teaspoons marked E & D KINSEY in rectangle (Edward & David Kinsey, working ca.1836-1850, Newport, Kentucky, and Cincinnati, Ohio). Card case – 3" H x 2 1/2"W x 3/4" D. Other pieces ranging in size from 5 3/4" to 9" L. Total combined weight: 16.26 oz troy. CONDITION: A few light dents to card case and sugar tongs. Scovil tablespoon has overall wear and the tip is bent/worn. Otherwise all items very good condition.