SOLD! for $232.00.
(Note: Prices realized include a buyer's premium.)
- Low Estimate: $350.00
- High Estimate: $400.00
- Realized: $232.00
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1st item – Collection of thirteen late 19th to early 20th century silver souvenir spoons, all sterling or Continental silver, all in a pink silk lined Bailey Banks and Biddle case. Includes Indian Head spoon with bowl engraved Quebec, marked B.M. Co.; Egg spoon with engraved deer on bowl and Indian like figure on handle, the sides adorned with small rings, Swedish marks; spoon with full length image of a Chief with upstretched arms, bowl marked Chandler Okhahoma, mark for Paye and Baker. Other subjects include Paul Revere/Bunker Hill; The Brooklyn Bridge and Church; George Washington; Columbian Exposition; Dublin; Stratford on Avon; Italy (with Caesar bust, marked .800), and 3 giltwashed demitasse spoons with polychrome enameled handles and early Lion-anchor-G Gorham and sterling marks (no site named). Sizes range from 4" to 5". Total weighable silver 4.14 oz troy. 2nd item – 8 pieces Sterling silver flatware. 1st item: Berry spoon with Aesthetic movement engraved decoration, old Gorham lion-anchor-G mark, 8-1/2". 2nd item: Jelly knife with unidentified leopard, lion, bust and date mark (A in octagon) hallmarks and SH/D? maker's marks, possibly Australian or from another English colony, 8"L. 3rd item: Wallace Violet pattern fork, 7"L. 4th item: 5 Gorham sterling Cambridge place or dessert spoons, 7"L. 11.34 oz troy total weight. All late 19th to early 20th century. Condition: 1st item – Minor scratching and wear to gilding on a few pieces, overall very good condition. 2nd item – 1 Gorham Cambridge spoon with dents to bowl, all other pieces in excellent condition.