62: Mid-Atlantic and Philadelphia coin silver, 16 pcs
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Lot 0062 Details
Lot of assorted coin silver, 16 total pieces. Includes Six coin silver teaspoons, downturned pointed handles with small flared and rounded shoulders, marked on back with psuedo hallmark of eagle profile. Manufacturer's Marks on American Coin Silver by John McGrew lists this as an unattributed Mid-Atlantic mark circa 1820. LMT monogram. Scratches, dents to bowls. 5 7/8", 2.04 oz troy. Also includes a coin silver sugar shell with fluted bowl having a serrated edge, double swell fiddle handle, rounded shoulders. No monogram. Illegibly marked C. ---wn in rectangle. Very small tear to bowl. 6.5" length, .555 oz troy. American, mid 19th c. Also includes Nine Philadelphia coin silver spoons. Four long handled dessert spoons with downturned rounded handles, no shoulders, and script monograms, marked A. Johnston (working Philadelphia c. 1830). 7" length, 2.6 oz troy and includes Five spoons with downturned fiddle handles, flared shoulders, script monograms BK, marked on back E.P. Lescure (Edward P. Lescure, working Philadelphia c. 1822). 6 1/2" length, 2.925 oz troy. Scattered light pitting and small dents to some pieces, overall good condition. Deaccessioned by Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum of Art to benefit the acquisitions fund.