Antique American Coin Silver Standard Prior to 1880

 Coin Silver Flatware & Holloware
Charming American coin silver salt by Baldwin and Company of Newark New Jersey (1840-69) e removable insert, the salt measuring 2” tall with a diameter of 2-3/8” wide
coin cup
19th century large coin silver (900 standard) pedestal foot teapot by E. Stebbins & Co. NYC, New York, circa 1840, measuring 12” tall and measuring about 12-1/2” long from handle to spout with a 6” diameter base
Gorham coin cup
Antique Victorian coin silver soup ladle in the "Jenny Lind" pattern by William Wallace Adam (1831-1877) of Alexandria, Va measuring 11 -1/2" long and the bowl 3-3/4" across by 3-1/4" $450.00

Southern coin silver gravy ladle in a variation of the  “Olive” pattern by Mitchell & Tyler of Richmond, Virginia (1846-1866) measuring 7” long and the bowl 2-1/2" by 2" and a cursive monogram "RCM" in the middle of the cartouche at the top of the handle
Unusual 11oz S. Kirk (Baltimore, MD) coin silver footed bowl with wonderful repoussed work and elaborate detail including the two handles with chased flower designs  and the repoused work on the four  feet, circa 1860s, measuring 8-1/2" across/wide and 16" long from handle to handle
American coin silver hair comb/wedding comb circa 1860 with engraved foliage around the cluster of paste stones balanced by five prong set paste stones in squat crosses on either side and with a two part construction measuring 5” across and 4-1/2” tall

American coin silver cup with "Lewis" engraved in the cartouche 5-7/8" tall with a 2-3/8" diameter round base
American coin silver card case of the US Capitol with the original Charles Bullfinch dome s by Leonard & Wilson of Philly, circa 1850, and the back of the case has foliage scroll design
American coin silver goblet  engraved "T R Bloom to Bloom Brown" measuring 5-1/4"  tall with a 2-5/8" diameter round base