Lot 1303
Eight American Medallion Coin Silver Servers
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Second half of 19th century, to include: (2) pastry servers, each blade having engine turned honeycomb designs within a foliate engraved border, both marked "Coin," shorter with script monogram (8 7/8 in. longest); the second a Schulz & Fisher berry scoop, circa 1870, with engraved foliate blade, unmarked, script monogram (8 5/8 in.); preserve spoon with twist stem, marked "Coin," without maker's mark, with script monogram (7 1/2 in.); "bust" pattern sorbet spoon with mark of Gorham, with script monogram (5 7/8 in.); Peter L. Krider sorbet spoon, with retailer mark of John H. Tyler & Co. of Richmond, Virginia (active 1840-1883), without monogram (5 7/8 in.); right angle matter butter knife with Egyptian medallion handle, rubbed mark to blade, without monogram (7 3/4 in.). Also included is an olive server marked "Sterling" to fork end, and worn marks to shell bowl spoon end, without monogram (12 3/8 in.).

10.60 total troy oz.

From the Collection of the late Zirkle James Estes, Jr., Charlottesville, Virginia

Some scattered scratches; olive server with some small dents to bowl, otherwise good estate condition.