Collection: United States of America (and the early American colonies)

American silver was normally made at slightly lower standard of silver, hence up until about 1850-1860 it is called 'coin silver' and is about 90%. After that sterling standard (92.5%) became popular and most pieces from then on were stamped 'Sterling'.
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  • Pair of Nantucket Table Spoons, James Easton, 1828-1830
    Pair of Nantucket Table Spoons, James Easton, 1828-1830
    Regular price
    $325.00
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    $325.00
  • Set of 4 American Coin Silver Tablespoons, Lincoln & Foss, Boston, MA, 1848-1857
    Set of 4 American Coin Silver Tablespoons, Lincoln & Foss, Boston, MA, 1848-1857
    Regular price
    $425.00
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    $425.00
  • American Coin Silver Table Spoon, Nathaniel Olmsted, New Haven, CT, 1808-1813
    American Coin Silver Table Spoon, Nathaniel Olmsted, New Haven, CT, 1808-1813
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    $75.00
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    $75.00
  • Bright-cut American Coin Silver Tablespoon, I.SAYRE, c.1800
    Bright-cut American Coin Silver Tablespoon, I.SAYRE, c.1800
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    $165.00
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    $165.00