SOLD! for $780.00.
(Note: Prices realized include a buyer's premium.)
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- Realized: $780.00
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Large grouping sterling silver and coin silver, 92 total items. 1st group/item: Early 19th century footed coin silver cup with C scroll handle, flared rim over tapering sides and bulbous mid section, tapering stem and raised, circular foot with berry and vine repousse border. Marked A. JACOBS & SONS in serrated rectangle (attributed to Abel Jacobs, Philadelphia, first quarter 19th century). 5" H. 3.860 troy ounces. 2nd group: Group of 24 American coin silver teaspoons, mostly from Northeast region, including 10 by Shreve, Brown & Co., Boston, MA, mid 19th century; 4 from Southern region by Warren, FH Clark & Co. and Choate of Lousiville; 23 total, 12.274 oz troy. 3rd group: Gorham small sterling silver repousse chamberstick, #324, 2" H, 1.305 oz troy, together with a small English prayer book with sterling silver repousse cover, marks for Birmingham, 1912, 2-1/8" x 1-7/8" x 5/8". 4th group: Set of 6 Reed & Barton silverplate flatware, Pet pattern and 2 silver metal table serving spoons, one marked S & J Myers and other marked E. Lownes National Trust Replica, 9" L. (3-1/4" to 11-1/2" L). 5th group: 58 sterling silver flatware items from various makers including 5 Gorham Versailles pattern table serving spoons; set of 12 International Stratford pattern seafood forks; Reed & Barton Francis I pattern cold meat serving fork, baby spoon and baby fork; numerous infant feeding utensils by Kirk, Tiffany Peretti set, Reed & Barton and others; Gorham Strasbourg pattern gravy ladle; 5 assorted English sterling flatware pieces including salt shovel; 6 American souvenir spoons plus more. 49.405 weighable oz troy. of all sterling items. 92 total items. CONDITION: Most items in very good condition. Many with monograms and 2 to 3 with some disposal damage. 5th group, 3/4" repair to side. Slightly misshapen border.