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American Colonial Tankard Richard Van Dyck 1740-1750 New York City Coin Silver

. American Colonial Tankard Richard Van Dyck 1740-1750 New York City Coin Silver

code: G1

American Colonial coin silver lidded tankard by the esteemed and renown silversmith Richard Van Dyck of New York, c.1740-1750. This magnificent tankard features a slightly tapered straight sided body with a mildly flared threaded base and upper rim. The hinged lid features an inset 1707 Queen Anne coin surrounded by an engraved border featuring scroll work, laurels, and flowers. The outer rim of the tankard features a cut scroll form accent with minor engraved decorations. The attached Onslow thumb piece adds to the appeal of this special tankard. The large handle features an applied cornucopia of fruit with a dangling bunch of grapes. The bottom of the handle features a ram′s head accent. Monogrammed MIT in ornate block script. Marked with Van Dyck′s makers mark on the body on each side of the handle. This stunning tankard measures 8 3/4" across the handle, 5 3/4" wide, 7 9/16" tall, and weighs 40.6 ozt. A similar Van Dyck tankard is in the Yale University Collection. The soft, warm, original finish is present, with no buffing or machine polishing. The excellent original condition and clear, crisp detail, with no repairs, removals, or alterations, make this an especially attractive offering. Monogrammed as described above.

$145000.00


Very Imporntant American Colonial Coin Silver Tankard Adrian Bancker 1750 New York

.Very Imporntant American Colonial Coin Silver Tankard Adrian Bancker 1750 New York

code: G2

Amazing American Colonial coin silver lidded tankard by the esteemed and renown silversmith Adrian Bancker of New York, c.1750. This magnificent tankard features a slightly tapered straight sided body with a mildly flared threaded base and a flared upper rim. The hinged lid features a very decorative monogram surrounded by an engraved border. The outer rim of the tankard features an cut decoration or accent with minor engraved decorations and crosshatching. The attached thumb piece is in the form of a tight corkscrew. The large handle features an applied rat tail decoration. The bottom of the handle features a flat circular accent. Monogrammed "RCC" in ornate period scroll script. Marked with Adrian Bancker′s makers mark on both sides of the handle. There is a slight dent in the handle. This stunning tankard measures 7 15/16" across the handle, 5" wide, 6 1/2" tall, and weighs 26.2 ozt. The soft, warm, original finish is present, with no buffing or machine polishing. The excellent original condition and clear, crisp detail, with no repairs, removals, or alterations, make this an especially attractive offering. Monogrammed as described above.

$80000.00


Very Imporntant American Colonial Coin Silver Tankard Samuel Edwards 1745-1760 Boston

.Very Imporntant American Colonial Coin Silver Tankard Samuel Edwards 1745-1760 Boston

code: G3

American Colonial coin silver lidded tankard by the esteemed and renown silversmith Samuel Edwards of Boston, c.1745-1760. This magnificent tankard features a slightly tapered straight sided body with a mildly flared threaded base. The hinged lid features a rounded finial and is raised in circular graduated segments. The face of this magnificent tankard features a floral scroll surrounded shield with an image of a fort or castle. The top of the shield features an armored arm holding a sword. The bottom of the shield features two inscribed scrolls, one is inscribed "SUSTINARE", and the other is inscribed "SAMUEL BROOKS." The attached circular scroll shell thumb piece adds to the appeal of this special tankard. The large handle features an applied finial shaped decoration. The bottom of the handle features a rounded tip. Monogrammed "B T + A" in ornate block script. Marked with Samuel Edward′s makers mark on the body on the left side of the handle as well as on the lid. This stunning tankard measures 7 5/16" across the handle, 5 1/8" wide, 8 1/8" tall, and weighs 24.9 ozt. The soft, warm, original finish is present, with no buffing or machine polishing. The excellent original condition and clear, crisp detail, with no repairs, removals, or alterations, make this an especially attractive offering. Monogrammed and inscribed as described above.

$68000.00


American Colonial Tankard William Holmes 1750-1780 Boston Coin Silver

.American Colonial Tankard William Holmes 1750-1780 Boston Coin Silver

code: G4

American Colonial coin silver lidded tankard by the esteemed and renown silversmith William Holmes of Boston, c.1750-1780. This magnificent tankard features a molded rim, bead midband and molded baseband, Flange turned down on molded flattened lid with turned and flame finial. Scroll handle, disk at lower joining, large disk tip; turned drop from hinge, scroll thumb piece. Engraved "oz.34:5" on bottom. Later inscribed "C" on the side at right of handle. Script monogram "THD" on handle. Features William Holmes′s maker mark on the left of the handle. This stunning tankard measures 8" across the handle, 5 9/16" wide, 9" tall, and weighs 34.1 ozt. William Holmes is known as one of Benjamin Franklin′s Nephews. The soft, warm, original finish is present, with no buffing or machine polishing. The excellent original condition and clear, crisp detail, with no repairs, removals, or alterations, make this an especially attractive offering. Monogrammed, engraved, and inscribed as described above.

$54500.00


American Colonial Dessert Spoons 6 Samuel Minot Boston 1770 Eagle Crest

.American Colonial Dessert Spoons 6 Samuel Minot Boston 1770 Eagle Crest

code: wb4034

American Colonial dessert spoons, 6, by Samuel Minot of Boston, c.1770. Each of these spoons has an eagle crest showing moderate wear. The bowls have excellent definition, with no signs of tip wear. Weighing a total of 217 grams or 7 ounces Troy, each of these very desirable Colonial spoons is 7 3/16" long. Crested as described above, the soft, warm, original finish is present, with no buffing or machine polishing. The excellent original condition and clear detail, with no removals, repairs or alterations, make this an especially attractive offering.

$2950.00


Colonial Bird Back Tablespoon John David Philadelphia 1770 Coin Silver

.Colonial Bird Back Tablespoon John David Philadelphia 1770 Coin Silver

code: wb4026

American Colonial bird back tablespoon by John David of Philadelphia, c. 1765 - 1775, having a block letter monogram on the front of the handle IBH and a script family name inscription on the back of the handle: Shuff. Weighing 51 grams or 1.6 ozs. Troy, this desirable 18th Century American spoon is 8 3/4" long. Monogrammed as described above, the soft, warm, original finish is present, with no buffing or machine polishing. The excellent original condition and clear detail, with no removals, repairs or alterations, make this an especially attractive offering.

$750.00


American Colonial Tablespoons 5 John Champlin New London 1775 Coin Silver

.American Colonial Tablespoons 5 John Champlin New London 1775 Coin Silver

code: wb4028

American Colonial tablespoons 5 in a Hanoverian pattern, 4 marked IC for John Champlin of New London Connecticut, one with a purposely rubbed but still readable mark of John Hallam, also of New London, c.1775 Each of these desirable tablespoons has a 5 Feathered Crown engraved on the back of the handle and the 5 weigh a total of 287 grams or 9.2 ozs. Troy, with each being 8 3/8" long. Engraved as described above, the soft, warm, original finish is present, with no buffing or machine polishing. The excellent original condition and clear detail, with no removals, repairs or alterations, make this an especially attractive offering.

$1500.00


Colonial Tablespoon John Brevoort 1745 New York City Coin Silver

.Colonial Tablespoon John Brevoort 1745 New York City Coin Silver

code: wb4030

American Colonial tablespoon in a front ribbed Hanoverian pattern by John Brevoort of New York City, c.1740 - 1750, having a period block letter monogram on the front of the handle: HHH. Weighing 51 grams or 1.6 ozs. Troy, this 18th Century American tablespoon is 7 13/16" long. There is some tip[ wear, as would be expected. Monogrammed as described above, the soft, warm, original finish is present, with no buffing or machine polishing. The excellent original condition and clear detail, with no removals, repairs or alterations, make this an especially attractive offering.

$1250.00


Federal Tablespoons 3 William Cleveland Norwich GEC Coin Silver

.Federal Tablespoons 3 William Cleveland Norwich GEC Coin Silver

code: wb4031

American Federal coin silver tablespoons in a pointed end pattern by William Cleveland of Norwich, Connecticut, c.1790. These very desirable 18th Century American tablespoons were made by Cleveland early in his career, as can be seen from the style of the spoon. Each spoon has an ornate, period script monogram on the front of the handle: GEC and is 9 5/8" long, with the 3 weighing a total of 136 grams or 4.4 ozs. Troy. Monogrammed as described above, the soft, warm, original finish is present, with no buffing or machine polishing. The excellent original condition and clear detail, with no removals, repairs or alterations, make this an especially attractive offering.

$550.00


Colonial Salver Beaded Border Ball Claw Feet 1760 Maker I•S

.Colonial Salver Beaded Border Ball Claw Feet 1760 Maker I•S

code: wb4024

American Colonial oval salver or large teapot stand, c.1760 maker′s mark I•S, in a rounded corner rectangular punch. Candidates for the salver′s maker would be John Sarrazin of Charleston or Joseph Smith of Boston, although this may be a little early for Smith. It is unlikely English, as there are no signs of any removals of marks and the mark is single struck. Most duty dodgers have triple struck or even quadruple struck maker′s marks. The salver has an applied beaded rin and nicelt detailed ball and claw feet. Weighing 380 grams or 12.2 ozs, this desirable, early salver is 9 5/8" long, 7 7/8" wide and 1" tall. The soft, warm, original finish is present, with no buffing or machine polishing. The excellent original condition and clear, crisp detail, with no monograms, removals, repairs or alterations, make this an especially attractive offering.

$3950.00


American Colonial Cann John Coburn Boston Coin Silver 1760

.American Colonial Cann John Coburn Boston Coin Silver 1760

code: wb52

American Colonial Silver Cnn or Large Mug by John Coburn of Boston, c.1760. CLICK HERE for Info on John Coburn. This handsome mug is 5 3/8" tall, 3 3/8" in diameter, 5" across the handle and weighs 413 grams or 13.3 ozs. Troy. The excellent original condition, with no removals, repairs or alterations makes this an especially attractive offering. Inscribed in ornate, period script, Ann Augusta Gray′s, the original finish is present, with no buffing or machine polishing.

$8550.00


Thomas Hammersley Mug American Colonial Silver 1760

.Thomas Hammersley Mug American Colonial Silver 1760

code: shun

American Colonial Silver Cann or Mug made by Thomas Hammersley of New York City, c.1760 – 1770. This wonderfully substantial example of the Colonial silversmith’s art has a double "C" scroll handle with an acanthus leaf thumb piece with a tapered, bellied body fire soldered mounted on a circular, stepped base.

The center of the body bears a wonderfully sentimental, original stippled inscription: "C I J" surrounded by floral and foliate engravings, under which is engraved "In Memory of a Sincere Friend".

The mug is in excellent original condition, with no repairs, removals or alterations. Dimensions: Height: 5 1/8" Diameter: 3 1/4" Width across Handle: 5 1/4" Weight: 12 ozs Troy Maker & Marks: Thomas Hammersley New York City. c.1760 – 1770 TH (script) struck 4 times. CLICK HERE for more about Thomas Hammersley .

$8550.00