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Lot 0524
Nine English and American Silver Spoons

late 18th to mid-20th century, including sterling pieces:
A Pair of "Old English" Tablespoons, Dublin, 1798, by Samuel Neville, retailed by John Ashe, l. 8-3/4", 4.08 total t. oz.
An "Old English Feathered" Tablespoon, London, 1809-1810, by William Eley & William Fearn, engraved with a crest of an eagle rising, l. 8-1/4", 1.63 t. oz.
A "Fiddle Thread" Sauce Ladle, 1824-1825, by William Johnson, l. 6-3/4", 2.67 t. oz.
An Assembled Pair of "Fiddle" Berry Spoons, London, one 1834-1835, by Lewis Samuel, the other 1838-1839, by Richard Britton, with later identical decoration, l. 8-3/4", 4.23 total t. oz.
A Pair of "Hanoverian" Berry Spoons, London, 1947-1948, the maker's mark rubbed, the bowls engraved with grape clusters and vine, the handle reverse engraved with a crest of a cubit arm holding a laurel branch, l. 8-1/4", 5.38 total t. oz.
And an American Coin Silver "Coffin" Handle Tablespoon, first quarter 19th century, Shepherd & Boyd, Albany, New York, monogrammed "LS", l. 9-3/4", 1.39 t. oz.

19.38 total t. oz.

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Nine English and American Silver Spoons

Estimate $800 - $1,200Aug 25, 2018