Collection: Pre 1860 Australian Silver

Australian antique silver is quite collectable, with earlier pieces commanding very high prices.  Early colonial pieces (1820s-1850s) are generally limited to flatware (although pieces of hollowware do turn up occasionally), with the most famous maker being Alexander Dick. Other makers include Robert Broad and Felix Lynn.
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  • Rare Early Australian Salt Spoon, Felix LYNN, Sydney, 1830s
    Rare Early Australian Salt Spoon, Felix LYNN, Sydney, 1830s
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    $1,350.00
  • Extremely Rare Australian Colonial Table Fork, James ROBERTSON, Sydney, 1820s
    Extremely Rare Australian Colonial Table Fork, James ROBERTSON, Sydney, 1820s
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    $2,900.00
  • Extremely Rare Colonial Australian Tablespoon, Walter HARLEY, Sydney, 1820s
    Extremely Rare Colonial Australian Tablespoon, Walter HARLEY, Sydney, 1820s
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    $3,500.00
  • Extremely Rare Colonial Australian Table Fork, Robert BROAD, 1830s-40s
    Extremely Rare Colonial Australian Table Fork, Robert BROAD, 1830s-40s
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    $2,450.00
  • Rare Tasmanian Colonial Silver Teaspoon, David BARCLAY, Hobart, 1830s
    Rare Tasmanian Colonial Silver Teaspoon, David BARCLAY, Hobart, 1830s
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  • Rare Australian Colonial Silver Ladle. J. MCLEAN, Sydney, circa 1860
    Rare Australian Colonial Silver Ladle. J. MCLEAN, Sydney, circa 1860
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    $1,395.00
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    $1,395.00