COIN SILVER SPOON TEASPOON TEA SPOON by Seth Eastman Brown Concord NH c1840s-60s

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Item Specifics:

  • Composition:Coin Silver, 900/1000 Silver
  • Maker:Seth Eastman Brown
  • Type:Teaspoons,Tea Spoons, Flatware - Spoons, Sets
  • Age:1800-1849
  • Condition:Used
  • Country of Origin:United Stetes

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A coin silver teaspoon.Oval fiddle-end with flaring shoulders terminal.Spoon engraved to terminal front with letters "AEM",please see photos.Marked to underside with: "Seth E. Brown" into oblong punch for silversmith Seth Eastman Brown (b.1821 - d.1884),worked in Concord, N.H. and Massachusetts.Made circa 1844-1864 Mark is clear and readable.Rare for its marks and overall condition.Pictures will tell you more. Approx.: Length: 6in.  (152mm.)              Bowl (crosswise): 2in. x 1-1/4in.  (50mm. x 32mm.)              Weight: 0.41 troy oz.  (12.7 gr.)High-polished by previous owner,so don't blame me please.Dark spots you are seeing on the photos,are reflections of a camera and other objects.Clean, free of dings, dents and blemishes.Commensurate with age, the condition is... [Read more]
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