SOLD! for $522.00.
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Sixteen pieces of 18th and early 19th century American Federal coin silver flatware, most with bright-cut decorations and monograms including 1 pair sugar tongs, mark for Joseph Rogers (working Newport, Rhode Island circa 1780); 3 teaspoons with marks for Edward Putnam (working Salem, Massachusetts Circa 1810; 1 teaspoon with mark for Joseph Jr. and Nathaniel Richardson (working Philadelphia, circa 1771), 1 teaspoon with mark attributed to Charles Hall (working Lancaster, Pennsylvania circa 1755-1780), 1 teaspoon with mark attributed to Joseph Moulton (working Newbury, Massachussetts circa 1765), 1 teaspoon with overtstruck/rubbed mark (illegible) and rubbed-out monogram, and 1 teaspoon with unidentified mark, ID in a shield. 2 identical with oval bright cut handles, 1 with maker's mark GS (possibly George Stephens, working New York 1791), the other mark rubbed, monogram B; 2 identical with shell bowls and fiddle handles, retailer mark E.W. Pachtmann & Co.; 1 with Neptune crest, maker's mark BG (possibly Baldwin Gardiner, working New York, circa 1820), with repair to handle; 1 with shell bowl in the French Thread pattern with retailer mark Brown & ___d, monogrammed; and one with plain bowl and fiddle handle marked E. Watson (Boston, d. 1839). Total 6.22 oz troy. Provenance: Estate of Salli Shropshire LaGrone, Franklin, TN. Condition: Some light denting, overall very good condition.