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Auction archive: Lot number 595

18th & 19th Century American Coin & Sterling Flatware,

Estimate
n. a.
Price realised:
US$374
Auction archive: Lot number 595

18th & 19th Century American Coin & Sterling Flatware,

Estimate
n. a.
Price realised:
US$374
Beschreibung:

lot of 39 pieces. Includes an 18th century coin silver teaspoon by William C. Little, Newbury Port, MA (1725-1775); monogrammed and marked WL; PLUS seven coin silver teaspoons by Robert & William Wilson Philadelphia, PA, monogrammed and marked R & W. Wilson; PLUS two coin silver teaspoons by Edward Lownes, Philadelphia, PA, (1806-1833); monogrammed and marked E. Lownes; PLUS four coin silver teaspoons by Edward & David Kinsey, Cincinnati, OH (1844-1861); monogrammed and marked E & D Kinsey; PLUS three odd coin silver teaspoons; two are monogrammed and have pseudo hallmarks and initials TC; other has Pennie and pseudo hallmarks (lion passant, letter D and a man's bust) and G. Spence; PLUS 6 Towle sterling Colonial grapefruit spoons & one Towle sterling Colonial nut spoon; all are monogrammed S on the reverse; PLUS a Towle sterling Grecian teaspoon with 500 engraved in the bowl; PLUS a Lunt sterling Narcissus souvenir teaspoon with a view of the Newark, OH courthouse in the bowl; PLUS a Lunt sterling Mt. Vernon hollow handle knife; PLUS four silverplate teaspoons & two serving spoons; serving spoons are marked H & S and H.T. Cook on the reverse; PLUS a deco silverplate 1934 official Chicago World's Fair A Century of Progress souvenir spoon; marked on the reverse Green Duck Co. Chicago; AND four nickel silver fiddle back teaspoons with pseudo hallmarks. Condition:1st, wear & old repair; 2nd, wear & some small dents, VG-; 3rd, small split to bowl on one, repair to bowl on other, G+; 4th, wear & a few small dents; 5th, VG; 6th, VG; 7th, G+; 8th, VG; 9th, G+

Auction archive: Lot number 595
Auction:
Datum:
24 Jun 2004
Auction house:
Cowan's Auctions, Inc.
Este Ave 6270
Cincinnati OH 45232
United States
[email protected]
+1 (0)513 8711670
+1 (0)513 8718670
Beschreibung:

lot of 39 pieces. Includes an 18th century coin silver teaspoon by William C. Little, Newbury Port, MA (1725-1775); monogrammed and marked WL; PLUS seven coin silver teaspoons by Robert & William Wilson Philadelphia, PA, monogrammed and marked R & W. Wilson; PLUS two coin silver teaspoons by Edward Lownes, Philadelphia, PA, (1806-1833); monogrammed and marked E. Lownes; PLUS four coin silver teaspoons by Edward & David Kinsey, Cincinnati, OH (1844-1861); monogrammed and marked E & D Kinsey; PLUS three odd coin silver teaspoons; two are monogrammed and have pseudo hallmarks and initials TC; other has Pennie and pseudo hallmarks (lion passant, letter D and a man's bust) and G. Spence; PLUS 6 Towle sterling Colonial grapefruit spoons & one Towle sterling Colonial nut spoon; all are monogrammed S on the reverse; PLUS a Towle sterling Grecian teaspoon with 500 engraved in the bowl; PLUS a Lunt sterling Narcissus souvenir teaspoon with a view of the Newark, OH courthouse in the bowl; PLUS a Lunt sterling Mt. Vernon hollow handle knife; PLUS four silverplate teaspoons & two serving spoons; serving spoons are marked H & S and H.T. Cook on the reverse; PLUS a deco silverplate 1934 official Chicago World's Fair A Century of Progress souvenir spoon; marked on the reverse Green Duck Co. Chicago; AND four nickel silver fiddle back teaspoons with pseudo hallmarks. Condition:1st, wear & old repair; 2nd, wear & some small dents, VG-; 3rd, small split to bowl on one, repair to bowl on other, G+; 4th, wear & a few small dents; 5th, VG; 6th, VG; 7th, G+; 8th, VG; 9th, G+

Auction archive: Lot number 595
Auction:
Datum:
24 Jun 2004
Auction house:
Cowan's Auctions, Inc.
Este Ave 6270
Cincinnati OH 45232
United States
[email protected]
+1 (0)513 8711670
+1 (0)513 8718670
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