SOLD! for $780.00.
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Large group coin silver flatware, 45 pieces, most in the Olive pattern, including John Pohamus and Albert Coles of New York, and Shreve of San Francisco, California. Includes: 11 Albert Coles hollow handle knives (8" L) in an unknown pattern; 12 dinner forks in the Louis XIV pattern marked John Polhamus JCM Patent 1847, plus 22 other pieces in the Olive pattern: 1 hollow handle knife (6 1/4") marked Ball, Tompkins and Black Patent 1846 and monogrammed D; 8 salad/dessert forks with retailer mark S.Y. & Co. (all monogrammed Guild), 7 tablespoons (3 marked T. Stephenson & Co. Patent 1847, monogrammed Esther, plus 4 marked for Wood & Hughes, monogrammed S); 5 teaspoons marked T. Stephenson & Co Patent 1847 and monogrammed "To her daughter Esther" and 1 dessert spoon of similar but not identical pattern marked Shreve S.F. CA (San Francisco; monogrammed AW). Combined weighable silver: 49.595 total troy ounces. CONDITION: Overall very good condition. Some small dents to knife handles, a few tines slightly bent, light scratches. Some items monogrammed.