SOLD! for $290.00.
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- Low Estimate: $250.00
- High Estimate: $350.00
- Realized: $290.00
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Includes six boxed tablespoons marked "13" (three with maker's mark Phistner and slightly different handle tips), probably Austria-Hungarian, circa 1800; 3 assorted Continental silver tablespoon with various unidentified maker's marks, also probably Austria-Hungarian, circa 1800 (2 with dented bowls, monogrammed L.R.); one unmarked coin or Continental silver tablespoon with pointed tip and bright-cut engraving, 18th century; and 4 monogrammed American coin silver teaspoons marked D. Parmely with psuedohallmarks (David or Daniel Parmely, Rochester NY, mid 19th c.) Together with a set of spiked tongs (probably silverplated lobster cracker) and a small cylindrical canister with engraved cartouche design, removable cover with a hinged, demilune shaped cover/cutter on top, possibly a spice grinder or viniagrette. Mark on base is rubbed but appears to be an eagle with letter or number to side, probably Austria-Hungarian, mid 19th century. Combined weight 18.12 oz troy (excluding tongs). Condition: All items in good condition with scattered minor dents and small scratches and unmonogrammed, except where noted in description.