GORHAM AND OTHER AMERICAN STERLING AND COIN SILVER SPOONS, LOT OF 14, each piece having a pointed oval bowl on a fiddle handle with pointed shoulders and a personalized engraving; sterling pieces comprising a set of four "Tipt" tablespoons by Gorham Mfg. Co. of Providence, RI, and a "Tipped" 5 o'clock teaspoon by R. Wallace & Sons of Wallingford, CT; coin silver pieces consisting of a set of six teaspoons retailed by Foye & Gleason of Boston, MA (active 1864-1866; c. 1868-1870), a tablespoon by Palmer & Bachelders of Boston, MA (active 1846-1854; 1864-1867), a small teaspoon with unidentified maker's mark of "B. Mason", and a tablespoon retailed by Scott, Barrett & Co., the partnership between James T. Scott and G.B. Barrett, of Pittsburgh, PA (active c. 1870). Each with a maker's or retailer's mark, sterling pieces marked for fineness. Total weight: 12.055 ozt. 19th/early 20th century. 5 1/4" to 8 3/4" LOA.
Most in good to very good overall condition with some wear, surface scratches, and other imperfections including slight bending, nicks, one or some dents, and/or worn bowl tips; one Foye & Gleason teaspoon with bowl having a repair and a sizable dent.
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