Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Including an early 19th century George Washington Kings pattern teaspoon with mark of "Harland" for Henry or Thomas Harland, with monogram; Medallion pattern pierced fish fork, without maker's mark, circa 1860, engraved decoration to tines and drop, with monogram (6 3/8 in.); a .900 silver Egyptian pattern Medallion salt cellar with mark of Wood & Hughes (2 in.); two Medallion pattern pocket knives, one unmarked, the other with mark of Albert Coles, New York City, active 1835-1877, one with monogram (3 3/8 in.); (2) teaspoons in matching pattern, one unmarked, the other with mark of an unknown maker (denting, separation to one handle); tankard with worn mark of "...Smith & Co (Hand)," having a scrolled handle with heart tail and wood base, no monogram (5 in.) (some denting).
Also included is a sterling silver figural Medallion pattern clip, no monogram (2 5/8 in.).
6.15 total weighable troy oz.From the Collection of the late Zirkle James Estes, Jr., Charlottesville, Virginia
Thomas Harland was active in Norwich, Connecticut (c. 1773-1807); Thomas' son, Henry Harland, was active in Boston, Massacusetts (c. 1813) Norwich, Connecticut (1815-1834); and New Orleans, Louisiana (c. 1834-1841). He is noted as having used his father's mark "Harland" on various pieces.