SOLD! for $3,100.00.
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- Low Estimate: $450.00
- High Estimate: $550.00
- Realized: $3,100.00
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16 assorted pieces American coin silver flatware, all dating from the 19th century. Includes 6 tablespoons in the fiddle pattern with mark for Ephraim Jefferson, working Smyrna, Delaware circa 1815; 6 tablespoons in a Louis XVI pattern variant with marks for Hotchkiss & Schreuder and retailer mark F. Williams (Palmyra, NY); 1 sugar spoon with fiddle handle and shell bowl with psuedohallmarks and retailer mark for E. Harris, Albany NY; and 3 fiddle pattern tablespoons with marks for Enos Gunn of Waterbury, CT; D. Pamely of Rochester, NY; and O.E. Sibley of Buffalo, NY. Combined weight 28.04 oz troy. Condition: Parmely spoon shows worn edge to bowl. Some spoons with matte wear to bowls. All pieces with various monograms.