SOLD! for $220.00.
(Note: Prices realized include a buyer's premium.)
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- Low Estimate: $350.00
- High Estimate: $450.00
- Realized: $220.00
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Group of assorted mostly coin silver flatware and hollowware. Includes 1 coin silver goblet with repousse grape and flower design forming a cartouche, monogramed LBS, no maker's mark, 6"H; 1 miniature coin or silverplated egg cup with gilt washed interior and band of laurel decoration at foot ring (appears to have small mark in rectangle at interior of bowl, illegible), 2 7/8"H; 3 Hyde & Goodrich coin silver egg spoons in the Fiddle pattern, monogrammed AES; 1 coin silver tablespoon in the Fiddle Swell pattern marked F.H. Clark & Co. Memphis, monogrammed EDFA; 3 coin silver and sterling butter knives, marks for Duhme & Co., Wood and Hughes and Whiting, all with various 3 part monograms; 1 fiddle pattern tablespoon marked W.M. Root & Brother (working New Haven, CT c. 1850) with eagle pseudohallmark and monogrammed B.B. Cowles; 1 fiddle pattern tablespoon marked N. and T. Foster (Nathaniel and Thomas Foster, working Newburyport, Mass. 1820-1860), monogrammed R.D. Mooar; 2 coin silver dessert spoons in the Fiddle Swell pattern, marked "Coin" and Palmer and Batchelder (working Boston c. 1850), monogrammed CE on back; 2 Fiddle pattern teaspoons, 1 unmarked but engraved 1837, the other with incuse mark J.I. Lemon Louisville, both monogrammed with three script initials; 1 pointed oval teaspoon with bright-cut engraved handle, marked Musgrave in rectangle (James Musgrave, working Philadelphia, 1793-1813); and 1 coffee spoon with pointed oval handle and early W R monogram, unmarked. Combined weight, sterling items: 1.69 oz troy. Combined weight coin silver: 17.20. CONDITION: Dents in bowl of Memphis spoon; repair to bowl of small unmarked coffee spoon. Other items in very good condition with light wear or minute dents.